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The observation that "(d)rugs don't work in patients who don't take them" seems obvious; however, for older people living with HIV and cardiovascular disease (CVD), the potential for taking large numbers of medications on a regular basis may present as an overwhelming task, particularly as HIV and CVD progress and worsen over time. The extent to which older people living with HIV and CVD follow medication schedules for the treatment of these chronic health conditions is not understood well, anddoi:10.1080/23311908.2015.1038894 fatcat:kkzyg25xubddtm7ynkbh4axqvq