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Practice makes near perfect at bedtime

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What prevents your patients from taking their medicines as prescribed?
They forget to take medicines at the correct time.
Too many medicines to take. Can't keep track of them all!
Don't understand the correct way to take medicines/doctor never explained.
Can't afford the medicine.
Stopped taking medicine because of side effects.
Stopped taking medicine because he/she felt it wasn't working.
Stopped taking medicine because he/she felt it was no longer needed.

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by Brenda Bell
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