Almost Three-Quarters (70%) of Online Canadians Have Visited a Healthcare Website in the Past Year

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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Calgary, AB – A new study released by Ipsos Reid, Online Healthcare: Coming of Age, has found that almost three-quarters (70%) of online Canadians have visited a healthcare website in the past year. This figure is up slightly (+4%) from the last time the study was conducted in 2002. Study author Mark Laver noted that "this is...

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Almost Three-Quarters (70%) of Online Canadians Have Visited a Healthcare Website in the Past Year

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