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Tamoxifen: Friend or Foe

8/14/2012 - I was recently asked by a consultation client about the advisability of taking Tamoxifen after breast cancer surgery to prevent recurrence. I knew that Tamoxifen was declared a carcinogen by the World Health Organization back in the late 1990s but I doubled checked and found the NIH "Report on Carcinogens"...

Nearly 100 percent of women reject tamoxifen drug despite claims that it prevents breast cancer

12/22/2009 - A study published in the journal Breast Cancer Research and Treatment has found that women overwhelmingly reject the breast cancer prevention drug tamoxifen even when given a thorough, personalized analysis of its risks and benefits. University of Michigan researchers administered the information about...

Long-term Tamoxifen Use Increases Risk of Aggressive Breast Cancer

9/28/2009 - Women with estrogen receptor-positive (ER positive) breast cancer are commonly prescribed the drug tamoxifen because it blocks the effects of estrogen in breast tissue. In fact, long-term tamoxifen use among ER positive breast cancer survivors has become a standard therapy. According to the National...

Tamoxifen Reported to Cause Aggressive Cancer Tumors

8/28/2009 - The cancer prevention drug, tamoxifen, may cause cancer. It has been reported that rare cancers are being found in long-term users. Tamoxifen is the drug of choice, prescribed after breast cancer detection or surgery. Its use is deemed to have a 20% success rate in preventing further incidences of cancer....

Tamoxifen for breast cancer prevention does not benefit most women (press release)

9/25/2006 - Most women at high risk for breast cancer do not increase their life expectancy by taking the drug tamoxifen, according to a new analysis by researchers from UC Davis, UCSF, the University of Pittsburgh and McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. In addition, the researchers showed that tamoxifen is...

Tamoxifen found to be near useless in preventing cancer and saving lives

7/24/2006 - A report analyzing the breast-cancer-prevention drug tamoxifen suggests the pharmaceutical's anti-cancer effects don't translate into saved lives. The drug gained fame in the '90s after studies concluded it successfully prevented cancer. But a new computer-simulated study found tamoxifen to have...

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