Kids Are Skipping IBD Meds


Using microchips embedded in medication bottle caps, researchers found that children and adolescents taking medication for inflammatory bowel disease only opened their medication bottles half as often as their physicians had prescribed. Dr. Neal Leleiko discusses the implications for clinicians who may change or increase medication based on an incomplete clinical picture.

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