Nine in Ten (85%) Ontarians Agree Pharmacists Put their Patients Before Profits

But 86% Think the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Cares More About Containing Costs than About Quality Healthcare

Monday, September 22, 2008

Toronto, ON – Ontarians hold the advice of pharmacists in high regard, with nearly all (97%) Ontarians saying that they ‘trust’ (56% completely/41% somewhat) pharmacists as a source of information about prescription drugs. According to the Ipsos Reid poll, conducted on behalf of the Independent Pharmacists of Ontario, more...

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Nine in Ten (85%) Ontarians Agree Pharmacists Put their Patients Before Profits

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