Share of paid beneficiaries of public drug program spending in Canada 2017

Distribution of paid beneficiaries from total public drug program spending in Canada in 2017*

by Matej Mikulic, last edited Nov 26, 2018
Share of paid beneficiaries of public drug program spending in Canada 2017 This statistic displays the proportion of paid beneficiaries and total public drug program expenditures in Canada in 2017. During this time, nine percent of paid beneficiaries received between 1,500 and 2,499 Canadian dollars in program spending.
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Distribution of paid beneficiaries from total public drug program spending in Canada in 2017*

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