As candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton prepare to face off in their first presidential debate, Sermo, the leading global social network exclusively for physicians, polled its network of U.S. physicians on crucial healthcare issues facing the next administration.
Sermo, the leading global social network exclusively for physicians, is a Supporting Association for The Economist’s “War on Cancer” forum on September 28 in Boston, Massachusetts.
In advance of World Hepatitis Day on July 28, 2016, Sermo – the leading global social network exclusively for physicians – released new poll data that queried physicians on the costs of new hepatitis C cures.
Sermo poll finds that 53 percent of global doctors would not or do not feel like they have enough educational information to prescribe biosimilars to their patients.
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Sermo, the leading global social network for physicians and largest health care professional polling company, announced today that in a poll of 2,211 U.S. doctors, 64 percent thought that guidelines for when a person should begin regular colon cancer screening should be changed to lower the age.
Sermo, the leading global social network for physicians and largest health care professional polling company, announced the launch of Sermo Pages today, creating a way for brands, businesses, associations and groups to showcase their messages and engage with Sermo’s membership of more than 550,000 global doctors for free.
68 percent of 4,085 global doctors think travel warnings should be extended
Sermo poll gathers physician insights regarding cervical cancer prevention
U.S. Sermo members react to new CDC report on exposure to e-cigarette ads among teens