Study: Hot flashes are positive sign for breast cancer patients

06/5/2007 | Forbes

Hot flashes are now seen as a stronger sign of a better prognosis for early-stage breast cancer patients on tamoxifen than age, hormone receptor status or stage of breast cancer at diagnosis. Researchers said in a study that women who experienced hot flashes were 12.9% less likely to have recurrent breast cancer.

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