More than 10 percent of women with breast cancer stopped taking a commonly prescribed drug because of joint and muscle pain, according to a new study. The study looked at the first 100 women enrolled in a trial to study how genetics play a role in the way individuals metabolize drugs and experience side effects.
Thirteen Percent Of Women Stop Taking Breast Cancer Drug Because Of Side Effects, Study Finds
- 6. 9 2007 (06:00)