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    Nolva: is it really safe ?

    Hello friends, i cannot still post URL, so search on Google this : "Epidemiology of Tamoxifen and Thromboembolism" and click on first result. That is a recent study about Tamoxifene risks...

    That's not a good presage... what do you think about ?

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    This is hardly fresh news.
    And these studies are done on older women with breast cancer on high doses of tamox for years at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonaparte View Post
    This is hardly fresh news.
    And these studies are done on older women with breast cancer on high doses of tamox for years at a time.
    Yes Bonaparte ( Are you Italian one ? ).

    It would be good if the conditions you told, explain a considerable rate of higher risk respect using tamoxifene at normal dosage for brief period ( 1 month ) in healthy men. Could be not so much considerable that the study was done on old women with breast cancer at higher dosage, continuously for a long time.

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    what is the risk in question and what is the "result" of the study.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAAS View Post
    what is the risk in question and what is the "result" of the study.
    Read it by yourself

    C-B2-02: Epidemiology of Tamoxifen and Thromboembolism

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