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tudies published this year have evaluated all kinds of approaches to help patients take their pills more consistently: pill bottles with a digital clock that acts like a stopwatch. Mailed reminders sent around New Year’s Day and a patient’s birthday. Pill bottles with a glowing cap, paired with lottery-style cash rewards and alerts sent to a friend or a family member.

None of those worked.

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