MedicineNet Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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MedicineNet is a medical website that provides detailed information about diseases,conditions,medications and general health launched in 1995.William Shiel co-founded MedicineNet and continues today as the Chief Medical Editor.Melissa Stöppler also serves on the MedicineNet Editorial Board and she and Shiel were co editors-in-chief of Webster's New World Medical Dictionary, Year 2008, Third Edition.

Back on April 2013 a patient wrote a review about MedicineNet website, published by sitejabber: Very generic not specific enough. After going through the questionnaire I was given over 20 possible problems I may have. Not impressed, and a waste of my time. I could have come up with the same list myself.


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