‘The Dutch have enough confidence in drugs’

Dutch people generally have sufficient confidence in the medications they get prescribed, reports the College, for the Evaluation of Medicinal products (CBG) Tuesday after investigation.

Nivel, that the research on behalf of CBG has carried out, discovered that only 3 percent of the respondents lack the confidence.

There is looked into different factors that affect the trust. So say seven out of ten respondents to have confidence in the leaflet and was research into the efficacy and safety of drugs by 78 percent as reliable seen.

MEB showed for the first time for such an investigation to run, after various problems around drugs a lot in the news. For example, there was last year a shortage of the most commonly used contraceptive pill.

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