Aromatase inhibitors – listen online

by Brown, Kristy

BreaCan, Melbourne, Vic., 2014

Click the 'View this item online' link above to hear this What's On session recording: Aromatase Inhibitors are a class of drugs used in the treatment of hormone receptor positive breast and ovarian cancers in post- menopausal women. Kristy Brown, Co-Head, Metabolism & Cancer Laboratory, Prince Henry’s Institute is a researcher with a particular interest in the Aromatase Inhibitors. Kristy will speak about the different types of Aromatase Inhibitors, how they work, their benefits and side effects and recent developments in their use.

Categories: Cancer Treatment

Subjects: Breast cancer, hormone receptor positive, Ovarian cancer

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