Doctors Recommend A New Treatment For Cancer – Part 3 of 3
So “Because Arimidex has less side effects, more women are likely to undergo preventive treatment. This will eventually help decrease the incidence of breast cancer in women in this category. We are planning to persevere following the study participants for at least 10 years, and hopefully much longer,” study author Cuzick said. “We want to determine if Arimidex has a continued impact on cancer prevalence even after stopping treatment, if it reduces deaths from breast cancer, and to ensure that there are no long-term adverse side effects” effects.