Hepatitis C patients likely to falter in adherence to treatment regimen over time, study shows

Thursday, September 29, 2011 - 16:30 in Health & Medicine

Patients being treated for chronic hepatitis C become less likely to take their medications over time, according to a new study. Since the study also showed better response to the drugs when they're taken correctly, the researchers say the findings should prompt clinicians to assess patients for barriers to medication adherence and develop strategies to help them stay on track.

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