Depressive Residual Symptoms Are Associated With Lower Adherence To Medication In Bipolar Patients Without Substance Use Disorder: Results From The FACE-BD Cohort
Research Summary | June 6, 2017
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Key Messages Poor treatment adherence is common among patients with bipolar disorder (BD). There is a lack of robust data on factors that negatively influence adherence behavior. This multicenter study investigated adherence behavior in a large, well-characterized cohort of patients with BD but without the confounding effect of substance use disorder (SUD). Female patients and…
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