Placebo- controlled evaluations of the homoeopathic drug for the treatment of hot flashes in women with non metastatic breast cancer treated by adjuvant hormonal therapy.
Chemotherapy is used as an adjuvant treatment for breast cancer, like hormone therapy in patients with hormone -sensitive breast cancer.
These adjuvant treatments reduce the risk of recurrence and metastasis. The side effects of hormone therapy are known and depend on the therapeutic strategy and the drug used.
The side effects are – nausea, vaginal dryness, benign ovarian cyst, weight gain etc.
To evaluate the miasmatic background–
All 4 miasms are take place in this breast cancer – psora, sycotic, syphilitic & tubercular. Psora is from some functional changes in the breast, sycotic is from there is proliferation in the breast & syphilitic is from destruction of the nipples, around the nipple and areola.
But there is dominant miasm is “SYCOTIC MIASM” – because there is over growth, soft gelatinous wart like growth, encapsulated tumors, sensation like stitching, tearing & affected part are sore and stiff.
Pain < on damp weather &> by dryness.
To evaluate the incidence of breast cancer
This cancer incidence study will determine whether female flight attendants are at increased risk of breast and other cancers and whether the risk is dose-related. The study will include a cohort of approximately 10,000 women who were employed as flight attendants for one or more years.
Breast cancer cases will be identified from telephone interviews of living subjects and next-of-kin of deceased subjects, as well as from death certificates.
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