Study Title and Description
Anastrozole-Induced Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Results From the International Breast Cancer Intervention Study II Prevention Trial.
Key Questions Addressed
|2||Key Question 2. In adult women without preexisting breast cancer, what is the effectiveness and comparative effectiveness of medications to reduce risk for primary breast cancer on improvement in short- and long-term health outcomes, including invasive breast cancer, noninvasive breast cancer (including ductal carcinoma in situ), breast cancer mortality, all-cause mortality, and other beneficial outcomes (such as reduced fractures caused by certain medications and improved quality of life)? Key Question 2a. Does the effectiveness of risk-reducing medications vary by timing of initiation or duration of use? Key Question 2b. Does the effectiveness of risk-reducing medications persist beyond discontinuation of use?|
|3||Key Question 3. What are the harms of using medications to reduce risk for primary breast cancer? Key Question 3a. Do harms of risk-reducing medications vary by timing of initiation and/or duration of use? Key Question 3b. Do harms of risk-reducing medications persist beyond discontinuation of use?|
Primary Publication Information
|Title||Anastrozole-Induced Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Results From the International Breast Cancer Intervention Study II Prevention Trial.|
|Author||Spagnolo F., Sestak I., Howell A., Forbes JF., Cuzick J.|
|Country||Francesco Spagnolo, Ivana Sestak, and Jack Cuzick, Centre for Cancer Prevention, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine, Queen Mary University of London, London; Anthony Howell, Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention Centre, University Hospital of South Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; and John F. Forbes, Department of Surgical Oncology, University of Newcastle, Newcastle Mater Hospital, New South Wales, Australia email@example.com.|
Pubmed ID: 26598748
Secondary Publication Information
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Results & Comparisons
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