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Arimidex (Anastrozole) 1mg
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Arimidex, Ingredient Anastrozole, is An Aromatase Inhibitor Used to Treat Breast Cancer in Women After Menopause.

follow the Directions for Using this Medicine Provided By Your Doctor. this Medicine May Be Taken On An Empty Stomach or with Food. Store this Medicine At Room Temperature in a Tightly-closed Container, Away from Heat and Light. if You Miss a Dose of this Medicine, Take It as Soon as Possible. if It is Almost Time for Your Next Dose, Skip the Missed Dose and Go Back to Your Regular Dosing Schedule. Do Not Take 2 Doses At Once.


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  1. , for some reason

    Posted by Pachara on 14th Feb 2016

    , for some reason unklie most other drugs out there, including tamoxifen, the AIs do not worry me too much, both in and of themselves, and also in terms of how they could potentially be marketed for cancer prevention. For one the pool of patients who might even consider it based on risk is so much smaller than say half the entire population for whom they would like to force feed statins!But for AIs as a drug class and for those currently taking them to ward off a recurrence of cancer, I am not terribly concerned, with the exception of bone loss. I think the dogma of estrogen protecting against everything under the sun has really been shot down, both by the disastrous result of HRT trials and the mere fact that longitudinal studies have not shown an increased risk of any disease at menopause if anything, high estrogen in later life is risky. As an avid reader of clinical trial data, I have been quite amused by editorialists' commentary expressing their surprise at how AIs have not turned up cardiac and cognition risks over placebo, but it never really was proven that estrogen protected women from heart disease or dementia. So the AI studies, FOR ME, have been vindicating because they add more evidence to the premise that the paradigm of women's health (ie you're only as good and healthy as your estrogen levels ) is long overdue for a major change! The estrogen shills have been relentless in trying to discredit the WHI and it has harmed women. Believe me, I , in no way, espouse taking pills for prevention (obviously because it puts money-making over inidividuals' wellbeing), but these data, for the reasons stated above, have had a secondary advantage in debunking the estrogen myth.


  2. , for some reason

    Posted by Pachara on 14th Feb 2016

    , for some reason unklie most other drugs out there, including tamoxifen, the AIs do not worry me too much, both in and of themselves, and also in terms of how they could potentially be marketed for cancer prevention. For one the pool of patients who might even consider it based on risk is so much smaller than say half the entire population for whom they would like to force feed statins!But for AIs as a drug class and for those currently taking them to ward off a recurrence of cancer, I am not terribly concerned, with the exception of bone loss. I think the dogma of estrogen protecting against everything under the sun has really been shot down, both by the disastrous result of HRT trials and the mere fact that longitudinal studies have not shown an increased risk of any disease at menopause if anything, high estrogen in later life is risky. As an avid reader of clinical trial data, I have been quite amused by editorialists' commentary expressing their surprise at how AIs have not turned up cardiac and cognition risks over placebo, but it never really was proven that estrogen protected women from heart disease or dementia. So the AI studies, FOR ME, have been vindicating because they add more evidence to the premise that the paradigm of women's health (ie you're only as good and healthy as your estrogen levels ) is long overdue for a major change! The estrogen shills have been relentless in trying to discredit the WHI and it has harmed women. Believe me, I , in no way, espouse taking pills for prevention (obviously because it puts money-making over inidividuals' wellbeing), but these data, for the reasons stated above, have had a secondary advantage in debunking the estrogen myth.



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