Alliance for Patient Access Publishes New Study on Nonmedical Switching


The Alliance for Patient Access (AfPA) published a new study today that analyzes how nonmedical switching practices impact patient outcomes. This study revealed that 60 percent of patients faced difficulty finding a medication that worked for them, and after being switched off of that medication, nearly 40 percent of patients found the new medication to be ineffective. This study is a spectacular resource for advocates who are interested in nonmedical switching and how it impacts patient outcomes. Read the full study here.


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