Americans get C+ for medication compliance, survey shows

06/26/2013 | Medscape (free registration)

Americans get a C+ grade on average for adhering to drug regimens that treat chronic illnesses and more than 10 million adults get a failing grade, according to a survey commissioned by the National Community Pharmacists Association. The most common problem was missing a dose of medication.

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