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Slovaks regular medicine shoppers

ALMOST 50 percent of Slovaks buy medicines in pharmacies at least once per month, a survey carried out by the GfK agency revealed. Women go to pharmacies more often than men.

Some 3.5 percent of respondents said that they went to pharmacies once a week, 12.4 percent once every two weeks, and 32.2 percent once per month, the SME daily reported.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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