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Good antifracture treatment efficacy requires adherence,
which is often suboptimal. The most common reason for
nonadherence is real or perceived intolerance to the medication.
Although dosage frequency plays a significant role,
pharmacokinetics is but one of many barriers to adherence.
Patient-related factors are an important consideration, but a good
doctor-patient relationship with clear communication can enable
patients to make more-informed choices when deciding their
treatment. It is possible to improve adherence, but a multimodal
approach is needed to achieve this aim.

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