Contributors to nonadherence and nonpersistence with endocrine therapy in breast cancer survivors recruited from an online research registry

@article{Stanton2014ContributorsTN,
  title={Contributors to nonadherence and nonpersistence with endocrine therapy in breast cancer survivors recruited from an online research registry},
  author={Annette L. Stanton and Keith J Petrie and Ann Partridge},
  journal={Breast Cancer Research and Treatment},
  year={2014},
  volume={145},
  pages={525-534}
}
Rates of adherence and persistence with endocrine therapy regimens (i.e., tamoxifen, aromatase inhibitors) by breast cancer survivors are suboptimal, with negative implications for prognosis. This study identified potential contributors to nonadherence and nonpersistence. From an online breast cancer research registry (Army of Women) including approximately 51,000 breast cancer survivors, we recruited 1,371 women who currently were taking endocrine therapy and 94 nonpersisters (i.e., diagnosed… CONTINUE READING

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