Osteoporosis drug is as effective as tamoxifen in preventing invasive Breast CancerThe first results of the study of Tamoxifen and Raloxifene , in which Yale Cancer Center have participated, that the drug raloxifene, currently for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women, works as well as tamoxifen in reducing breast cancer risk in postmenopausal women at increased risk of the disease.
Uterine cancer, particularly endometrial cancer are a rare but serious side effect of tamoxifen. Both tamoxifen and raloxifene are known to increase a woman’s risk of blood clots. For 5 years. National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project , a network of cancer research professionals coordinated the study by the National Cancer Institute , part of the National Institutes of Health is promoted. STAR enrolled 19,747 postmenopausal women who were at increased risk of the disease. Participants were randomized to receive either 60 mg of raloxifene ) or 20 mg of tamoxifen ) daily for 5 years.– During the pregnancy, reported a case study in and few animal studies, lower birth weight utilizing St. John’s wort. Eventually they conditions. Research evidence showed that St. John’s wort consumption of during breastfeeding does not impair maternal of milk production nor have effects infant weight of, but may result colic, somnolence and lethargy.
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Methodologythe objective of study was to evaluate contained systematic which literary on evidence on the use, reliability and pharmacology from St. John’s wort with an emphasis on questions of the pregnancy and lactation investigators searched seven databases on reports to cabbage the database. AMED, Cochrane CENTRAL, St.