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    Breast cancer Survival - Femara better Than Tamoxifen
    judyfams posted:
    This article was published on Oct. 21, 2011.
    It states that studies have shown women who have hormone positive breast cancer should take Femara for five years even if they had already started on Tamoxifen for some time.
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    rachael67 responded:
    Thanks, Judy!!!

    Always listen for what is in the silence and see what is invisible...That's where miracles hide, and it can make all the difference!
    jenna291 replied to rachael67's response:

    Many thanks for the article!!!

    cindy12345678 responded:
    Thanks Judy! You are always up on the latest, thanks
    for watching out for us!

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