- Careful, all! I think we need some more context - trials of a new drug?
Report on an older one?
As pointed out by others, 'patients tolerated the drug well', 'tolerance was
good in many patients' may work - if side-effects were low/sparse, or the
side-effect-to-benefit ratio made things worth while. If, however, we mean
that they kept taking it just as Pan Quack told them to we're talking about
A very quick glance at the nearest MIMS surprises me with 'high patient
acceptibility' and 'Effective and well tolerated' as bullet points on a
doctor-targeted ad for a steroid anti-psoriasis preparation.