Most Lithuanians (68.5 percent) go to see a doctor only when they are seriously ill. 68 percent of people aged 15-19, 70 percent aged 30-39, and 61 percent aged 60-74 said they have a doctor's appointment only if seriously ill. The data comes from TNS Atlas survey carried out by market research company TNS LT.
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