One-third of adults contacted in a recent survey said they often or very often don't comply with their prescription drug treatment regimes, mainly because they forget, but also because they thought the drugs didn't work, were unnecessary, were too expensive or caused unwanted side effects. The online survey by Harris Interactive measured the responses of 2,507 U.S. adults March 16-18.
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