Tamoxifen Response (CYP2D6)

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Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

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Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

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Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

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Resources

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Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

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Resources

Private Providers

Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

Public Providers

Resources

Private Providers

Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

Public Providers

Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

Public Providers

Resources

Private Providers

Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

Public Providers

Resources

Private Providers

Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

Public Providers

Resources

Private Providers

Overview

Tamoxifen is commonly used in adjuvant therapy for hormone-positive breast cancer. Response to tamoxifen can vary significantly between individuals. Some individuals respond poorly, while others are very sensitive to this drug. Genetic testing can aid in identifying people who respond poorly (non-responders) and those who are sensitive and may require a lower than normal dose. Follow the Read More button above to learn more.

Currently, this type of genetic testing is not readily available in Canada. Discuss this test with your physician to see if it could be beneficial for you.

Public Providers

Resources

Private Providers