Hospitals. The medical centers include Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, the University of Chicago Hospitals and Vanderbilt Medical Center. According to the study, 21 of the ads promoting specific services, such as Botox treatments and laser eye surgery, only one of the ads contain information on potential risks. The study also found that 62 percent of the indicators used to gain an emotional appeal to patients , and that one third of the ads using slogans that focuses on technology promoting a misconception that high-tech medicine is always better, the AP / Sun reports said. Larson said that focusing researchers on university hospitals because we thought they were the best-case scenario to be , added: We thought that if we have problems, we would expect to find that they are worse to local hospitals.
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