December 05, 20121252012
10 Years of Tamoxifen Better Than 5: Study
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 5 (HealthDay News) --Taking the breast cancer
drug tamoxifen for a decade, instead of the standard five years,
further reduces the long-term chances of recurrence and risk of
dying from the disease, new British research suggests.
New Drug Regimens May Slow Advanced Breast Cancer
An experimental cancer
drug may delay the progression of some advanced breast cancers,
while a double dose of an existing cancer drug could help women
live longer, according to separate studies reported Wednesday.
Smoking Might Make Hangovers Worse
If you feel especially
hung over after a night of drinking, you may have to blame more
than the booze: New research suggests that smoking while drinking
may worsen hangovers.