Text messages prevent one in six patients from failing to take medicine

Text messaging prevents one in six patients from forgetting to take, or stopping, their prescribed medicines, researchers have found. Around a third of people do not take their treatment as prescribed, greatly reducing potential benefits and increasing costs in wasted medicines and treating avoidable illness. Some patients forget to take their tablets and others stop because of uncertainty over the benefits or harms of treatment. —> Read More Here

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