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Improving drug concordance in patients with chronic conditions.

A study reported in Nursing Times last week (Chatterjee, 2004) found that a significant proportion of chronically ill patients fail to take their medication as prescribed (Barber et al, 2004). This has major implications for both them and the health service.

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