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2014-04-01 23:26:52

Italian researchers say a drug used to treat breast cancer appears to shrink mesothelioma tumors, too. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) April 01, 2014 The breast cancer drug Aromasin may offer a new way to treat malignant pleural mesothelioma, according to research conducted at Italy. Click here to read details of the new study, available now on the Surviving Mesothelioma website. Cancer researchers with Regina Elena National Cancer Institute in Rome have concluded that the drug Aromasin...

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2011-06-05 08:51:04

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital announced Saturday they found that an estrogen-blocker known as Aromasin reduces the risk of developing breast cancer by 65 percent in post-menopausal women at high risk for breast cancer.In a late-stage trial of more than 4,500 post-menopausal women who were at increased risk of developing breast cancer, researchers found that those who took the drug, also known as exemestane, had fewer invasive breast cancers after 3 years and without severe...

2006-06-04 12:06:49

By Lisa Richwine ATLANTA (Reuters) - Switching to Pfizer Inc.'s drug Aromasin after a few years on another breast cancer treatment cut some women's risk of dying from the disease by 17 percent in a study released on Saturday. Researchers looked at more than 4,700 women past menopause who had been treated for early stage breast cancer and were disease-free after two to three years of taking the drug tamoxifen to prevent a recurrence. About half were randomly chosen to substitute...

2006-06-03 15:28:25

By Lisa Richwine ATLANTA (Reuters) - Switching to Pfizer Inc.'s drug Aromasin after a few years on another breast cancer treatment cut some women's risk of dying from the disease by 17 percent in a study released on Saturday. Researchers looked at more than 4,700 women past menopause who had been treated for early stage breast cancer and were disease-free after two to three years of taking the drug tamoxifen to prevent a recurrence. About half were randomly chosen to substitute...


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