Dr Google Not Good Enough, European Self-Care Industry Must Step Up
Digital health, social media and the internet are changing the way consumers access health information. To expand Europe's self-care market while ensuring consumers self-care responsibly, industry must collaborate with healthcare professionals and regulators to improve health literacy, says the AESGP's director general Jūratė Švarcaitė.
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