Cognitive Skills May Shrink With Tamo...

Cognitive Skills May Shrink With Tamoxifen

There are 4 comments on the Palm Beach Post story from Feb 12, 2010, titled Cognitive Skills May Shrink With Tamoxifen. In it, Palm Beach Post reports that:

The breast cancer drug tamoxifen -- used for three decades to treat the disease -- appears to affect cognitive abilities, including some types of memory, a new study has found.

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Since: Feb 10

Gibsonton, FL

#1 Feb 12, 2010
It threw me into significant depression. I stopped taking the Tamoxifen and POOF I was myself again in five days.
I also have apparently permanent insomnia from Femara.
Not saying these drugs don't have a place, but we're all big girls here and we need to be told the truth.
Kelly Palmer

Rheda-wiedenbr├╝ck, Germany

#3 Nov 2, 2010
I've tried both original brand and generic pills. There is no difference in effectiveness as far as I can tell between the brand and Indian generic versions. The real difference is price, no comparison. And the India suppliers from http://allbestmeds.info seem honest and reliable.
Steven

UAE

#10 Aug 16, 2013
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Kaycee

Germany

#13 Sep 15, 2013
have been researching for months and reading reviews for each pharmacy and finally decided to take the plunge and order from one. After coming to the conclusion http://goo.gl/bLFWQG seemed the most safest and had the best feedback I ordered my pills. Was very apprehensive at first due to cc fraud, ell and they are good i would definetely recommend and purchase againspam and being generally ripped off (have not received one spam email and no cc fraud) order process and checkout was simple.
placed my order on my debit card and was charged straight away and received confirmation email immediately. choose the speedy del trackable and was advised del would be 7-9 days and order was placed on the 08/01. was just about to email them today to chase up as now 15 days but behold package had been posted through my door. packaging seems as shown on webiste. apart from small delay on advertised shipping time i have been generally please with the pharmacy.
wont be taking the pills for another few weeks yet but all going well and they are good i would definetely recommend and purchase again from them.

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