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Milata JL, Otte JL, Carpenter JS
Oral endocrine therapy nonadherence, adverse effects, decisional support, and decisional needs in women with breast cancer.
Adverse effects contribute to breast cancer survivors’ decisions to stop oral endocrine therapy (OET), yet there has been little investigation of the process through which that occurs. This review serves as a call to action for providers to provide support to breast cancer survivors experiencing OET adverse effects and facing decisions related to nonadherence.
Citation: Milata JL, Otte JL, Carpenter JS . Oral endocrine therapy nonadherence, adverse effects, decisional support, and decisional needs in women with breast cancer. Cancer Nurs 2018 Jan/Feb;41(1):E9-E18. doi: 10.1097/ncc.0000000000000430..
Keywords: Adverse Events, Cancer: Breast Cancer, Decision Making, Medication, Patient Adherence/Compliance