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Medication adherence rates are only temporarily improved by pharmacist interventions, Australian study reveals Intervention by pharmacists to promote medication adherence by patients does not appear to lead to sustained improvements, new Australian research has revealed. A study of data from the Guildlink MedScreen Compliance Program has show an initial improvement in rates of adherence to

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