Estrogen blocking drugs can decrease risk of breast cancer in opposite breast

Can certain drugs help women with breast cancer decrease the risk of developing cancer in the opposite breast? A new study in JAMA Oncology found that estrogen blocking drugs can decrease the risk of contralateral breast cancer, especially among women whose breast cancer was estrogen receptor positive.
Can certain drugs help women with breast cancer decrease the risk of developing cancer in the opposite breast? A new study in JAMA Oncology found that estrogen blocking drugs can decrease the risk of contralateral breast cancer, especially among women whose breast cancer was estrogen receptor positive.