Letrozole is the generic form of Femara.
- Letrozole Information for Consumers
- Letrozole Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Letrozole (detailed)
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I had 8 doses of andriamyacin when I was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in late 2006 and early 2007. I have assumed and been reassured that ...
1 answer • 19 Oct 2009
... and am taking Tamoxifen for a couple of weeks. Just told there can be a drug interaction between Tamoxifen and Zoloft (possibly diminishing ...
3 answers • 31 Dec 2011
Being treated for occult breast cancer, metastatic to lung and lymph node. Receiving herceptin, perjeta and taxol
2 answers • 18 Apr 2013
Such as tablets, syrup, suppositories.. anything really. I can't find much info so I'm assuming it's only given parenterally? thanks!
1 answer • 12 Apr 2014
Letrozole - will I have any problems going off of this drug I have been on this 5 years and stopping
0 answers • 12 days ago