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A retrospective study to determine the differences in outcomes of Tamoxifen vs. Aromatase Inhibitors in the treatment of African-American and Latino women with breast cancer

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  1. Cohort study


  1. Observational Method
    Clinical chart review
  2. Resource Description
    "The aims of this study are: 1. To compare disease free and overall survival in African American and Latino women with breast cancer when using Tamoxifen against Aromatase Inhibitor in population already consented for previous study; 2. To understand health disparity among African Americans and Latinas in response to treatment with Tamoxifen against Aromatase Inhibitors compared with other populations"
  3. Topic
    breast cancer
  4. Study Population
    183 African American and Hispanic women with breast cancer
  5. Performed by
    Cancer Research and Training Core Facility
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  2. contributor
    efleming (Erik Fleming)
  3. created
  4. creator
    efleming (Erik Fleming)
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