Americans and Canadians Get Different Drug Information Online

Researcher at the University of British Columbia concluded that there is a vast difference between the information on the prescribed drug found online by the people of Canada and America.

“Residents of the United States searching on Google for both brand and generic drug names get directed to the government-run National Library of Medicine. However, Canadians performing the same searches end up getting Wikipedia for generic drug searches.”

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University of British Columbia

Swati Patel, Vertices intern


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