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  • Medadvisor is tackling medicine adherence issues
  • Medadvisor is tackling medicine adherence issues
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Medadvisor is tackling medicine adherence issues

Dubbing itself a ‘pocket pharmacist’, MedAdvisor is planning to tackle medical non-adherence in Australia. By allowing users to track their prescriptions and medications, it hopes to clear up any confusion and get people to start taking their pills as their doctors intended.

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