Automatic UTI follow-up text recommended

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SMS messages could be used to check in on women who receive treatment for uncomplicated urinary tract infections (UTIs) through a proposed pharmacy-initiated program in South Australia  Criticism of follow-up rates in the UTI Pharmacy Pilot – Queensland has prompted the South Australian Parliamentary Select Committee on Access to UTI Treatment to recommend that the

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