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Aromatase Inhibitors drug Femara after Tamoxifen therapy protects from breast cancer recurrence

Aromatase Inhibitors drug, Femara given after 5 years of Tamoxifen therapy is found to give protection against occurrence of Breast cancer recurrence. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer// in women. Breast cancer mostly occurs in post menopausal women and various risk factors are attributed for the occurrence of breast cancer. ..Treatment of breast cancer initially involves remov...

Rehabilitate Sex Workers - Mata Amritanandamayi

Amritapuri (Kerala): Mata Amritanandamayi plans to rehabilitate sex workers and the debt-trapped farmers by opening rehabilitation center in various places//. .... Amritanandamayi is lovingly called "Amma"(the mother) by millions of people, especially living in southern parts of India and is slowly emerging in the same light as the next Mother Teresa of India. ....She renders comfort by huggin...

Aromatase Inhibitors Better Than Tamoxifen For Treating Receptor-Positive Early Breast Cancer

Researchers have found that aromatase inhibitors like anastrozole are more effective in treating postmenopausal women with hormone receptor-positive early breast cancer// than tamoxifen according to study published in the "The Lancet Oncology" journal. ....Researchers followed more than 6,000 postmenopausal women with early breast cancer for more than 5 years and found that patients on anastrozol...

Mamata Banerjee Hospitalized Due to Chest Pain

Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee was admitted to a city nursing home in the wee hours Thursday after she complained of chest pain and breathlessness. // ....The doctors attending her said the condition of the Trinamool Congress MP, who was allegedly manhandled at Singur in Hooghly district during her sit-in recently to resist the transfer of fertile farmlands to Tata Motors for a car f...

Fasting Mamata's Health Condition Deteriorates

A seven-member medical team constituted by the Trinamool Congress monitored the deteriorating condition of party chief Mamata Banerjee Thursday morning// even as her hunger strike against farmland acquisition for a Tata Motors project entered its 25th day. ....The medical team, led by physician Sudarshan Ghosh Dastidar, examined Mamata who had to be again put on oxygen. The doctors attending on h...

Early Switch to an Aromatase Inhibitor Increases Survival

For breast cancer patients taking tamoxifen, switching to an aromatase inhibitor within three years significantly improves survival rates//, according to a new study. The study reveals that the clear survival benefit was also achieved without an increased risk of death from other causes – a significant risk associated with tamoxifen. ....Hormone modulating therapies have made a significant impa...
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