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Each year, it is estimated to result in around 125,000 premature deaths and cost the US health care system $290 billion.
These social and economic costs are rising and likely to rise further unless current approaches to nonadherence are rethought. Many existing approaches are only able to engage with patients after they have already stopped taking medication, exposing them to greater health risks.