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“…Although poorly documented in the literature, cancer treatment-related fatigue (crF) has been identified as an issue for women receiving hormonal treatment (Hamm & Allegra, 1991;Woo, Dibble, Piper, Keating, & Weiss, 1998). Fatigue is one of the most common and poorly understood symptoms experienced by patients with cancer (cella, 1998;Jacobsen et al, 1999;vogelzang et al, 1997) and is an almost universal symptom in patients receiving treatment (Berger, 1998;Byar et al, 2006).…”
Section: Fatiguementioning
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“…Although poorly documented in the literature, cancer treatment-related fatigue (crF) has been identified as an issue for women receiving hormonal treatment (Hamm & Allegra, 1991;Woo, Dibble, Piper, Keating, & Weiss, 1998). Fatigue is one of the most common and poorly understood symptoms experienced by patients with cancer (cella, 1998;Jacobsen et al, 1999;vogelzang et al, 1997) and is an almost universal symptom in patients receiving treatment (Berger, 1998;Byar et al, 2006).…”
Section: Fatiguementioning
“…However, glucocorticoids must be administered together with AG to provide replacement and to prevent the reflex increase of ACTH [5]. It has been shown that AG is as effective as other endocrine therapies in post menopausal women with generalized carcinoma of the breast [1][2][3][4].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Indeed, although the metastatic disease is incurable, durable remissions and significant palliation can be achieved by endocrine treatment [1][2][3][4], Aminoglutéthimide (AG) blocks adrenal steroidogene sis as well as the production of estrogens in extraglandular tissues. However, glucocorticoids must be administered together with AG to provide replacement and to prevent the reflex increase of ACTH [5].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning