When Pamela Munster, and American oncologist, talked to a room of breast cancer survivors about tamoxifen, questions about side effects came in like rockets. It was clear that very few women cruise through hormone therapy without issues.
One of the most common problems is 'brain fog' - where women have worsened memory and troubles concentrating. With recent studies telling us that ten years on those drugs carries greater survival benefits than five, combatting side effects is more important than ever.
A group of Kiwi researchers have some ideas about fixing 'brain fog', and they're testing them out in a new clinical trial that you could be involved in.