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Here’s a Promising Way to Treat Pain in Breast Cancer Treatment

Every year, tens of thousands of breast cancer survivors are prescribed aromatase inhibitors—medications recommended for up to ten years to protect against a recurrence of the disease. But these drugs can cause side effects, including severe joint pain, which cause many women to stop taking them. Now, research presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer…
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