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Rates of nonadherence to antiretroviral therapy rose from 31% in childhood to 50% in young adulthood, and the rates of detectable viral load among the same age groups increased from 16% to 40%.
Each year in the United States, nonadherence accounts for approximately 125,000 deaths as well as billions of dollars in preventable health care costs.
2, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- For adolescents with perinatally acquired HIV, the prevalence of medication nonadherence and unsuppressed viral load increases with age, according to a study published online July 3 in AIDS.
Currently, nonadherence is a problem of outstanding magnitude that particularly affects those with chronic diseases.
This is called primary nonadherence, and has been shown to increase significantly the risk of death within the year after the heart attack.
Through the breadth of resources available at AmerisourceBergen, US Bioservices can develop simple solutions to identify nonadherence risks and coordinate with the provider to offer integrated support.
Patients with acne who did not follow through with treatment cited high prices and insurance barriers as their main reasons for medication nonadherence, in a study published in JAMA Dermatology.
Adverse effects from ART are common and were the most common reason for switching or discontinuing therapy and for medication nonadherence [3, 4].
A December 11thNew York Times article discussed the well-documented issue of nonadherence and possible solutions.