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Side affects of armidex
Hi, I'm Alisa L.
I’ve been on armidex for 1 1/2 year since my diagnosis of breast cancer. Besides issues with memory , word finding difficulties and arthritis I did have to have surgery on my thumb for trigger finger which I contribute to the medication. Is anyone else experiencing these side effects and if you get off do they go away? Before cancer I had a ski accident and knew at some point a double knee r…   Read more…

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