Archive for January 2023

Ask the Medication Adherence Experts: Edition One

Poor medication adherence during clinical trials can skew results, leading to underestimations of product efficacy, inaccurate pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic calculations, and even put participant safety at risk.1 Research has shown that up to 50% of people who take part in drug development research do not take their medicines as prescribed.1 Despite this, there remains no systematic approach to…

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Why Near-Perfect Medication Adherence Often Equates to Toxicity.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has recently highlighted how poor adherence can lead to poorer outcomes for prisoners, contributing to health inequalities the world over. But it is worth noting that near-perfect adherence can be just as troublesome within the current drug development landscape.  With medication administration being almost compulsory behind bars, people can fall…

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