Suffering in silence: COPD patients face frequent symptoms, dissatisfaction with meds, but don't talk to docs — survey
Most COPD patients suffer symptoms daily, but contrary to the typical advice doled out in pharma TV commercials, they’re not talking to their doctors about it. A new Phreesia point-of-care survey finds that fewer than half (44%) of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients have detailed discussions about symptoms with their doctors.
Meanwhile, two-thirds of patients said COPD has a “substantial impact” on their everyday lives.
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