Anne Li Feburary 25th, 2017
A new Cancer Research UK report reveals that GPs want more support when offering drugs that lower the risk of certain cancers. The report explores how much GPs know about two drugs that can reduce the risk of cancer – tamoxifen for women at high risk of breast cancer and aspirin for people with Lynch Syndrome, a condition that increases the risk of several types of cancer. It finds that GPs are more comfortable in discussing, and more willing to prescribe or recommend these drugs, if supported by secondary care clinicians.
See original article at: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-us/cancer-news/press-release/2017-02-14-more-support-needed-for-gps-to-make-best-use-of-cancer-preventing-drugs