Oxybutynin to Ease Hot Flashes

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Roberto Leon-Ferre, M.D., breast oncologist at the Mayo Clinic, discusses the research he presented at the 2018 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium evaluating the effectiveness of oxybutynin, a medicine commonly used to treated bladder incontinence, to treat hot flashes in women who can't take hormone replacement therapy, which includes most women treated for breast cancer. Listen to the podcast to hear Dr. Leon-Ferre explain: the design of the study why he thought oxybutynin might be able to ease hot flashes possible side effects of long-term use of oxybutynin and why the medicine may still be useful for women who have been treated for breast cancer Running time: 9:53

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