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Rochester, MN, Albert Lea, MN, Mankato, MN
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The purpose of this study is to learn about potential side effects facing people who are undergoing treatments for their cancer, specifically, hair loss. While this is not a well-documented side effect of hormone-blocking medications (such as tamoxifen, letrozole, anastrozole, or exemestane), we have preliminary evidence that it is a problem for some patients getting this treatment. This study will include some patients receiving the hormone therapy and some patients who are not, so we can better understand whether patients getting the hormonal therapy have more hair loss than patients who are not getting such.
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