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August 2001
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New Research Findings with Tamoxifen

A new study by researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle appears to have identified a new risk factor for tamoxifen. The researchers, led by Dr. Christopher Li, confirmed earlier studies that tamoxifen decreases the risk of a second breast cancer. However, they also found that if the cancer does come back, it tends to be in a more aggressive form.
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Complementary Approaches

Word-of-Mouth Advice About Herbs

Testing Herbs Against Cancer

Other Features

Guidelines for Tamoxifen and Raloxifene

New Map of the Human Genome

Smoking and Breast Cancer Metastasis

Complementing Traditional Care with Family Care

Understanding the Impact of Depression

Breast Cancer During Pregnancy

Family History Important in Most Cancers

Advances in Cancer Treatment

Prophylactic Mastectomy and the Breast Cancer Genes

Attitude Matters

A New Target for Breast Cancer Drugs

Folic Acid, Alcohol and Breast Cancer Risk


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