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Kaiser Family Foundation/USA Today/Harvard Poll # 2008-USA003: The Public on Prescription Drugs and Pharmaceutical Companies (United States) [USICR2008-USA003]
Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health/USA Today. Conducted by ICR--International Communications Research, field dates: January 3-23, 2008, sample: National adult
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Kaiser/Harvard/USA Today Poll # 2006-USA002: Cancer Survey (United States) [USICR2006-USA002]
Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health/USA Today. Conducted by ICR--International Communications Research, field dates: August 1-September 14, 2006, sample: National adults who say they, or another family member in their household, have been diagnosed with or treated for cancer in the past five years (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer)
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Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health/USA Today Poll: Health Care Costs (United States) [USICR2005-USA001]
Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health/USA Today. Conducted by ICR--International Communications Research, field dates: April 25-June 9, 2005, sample: National adult
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