Hi all -I'm having some difficulties communicating with my mother regarding her breast cancer treatment. She was diagnosed over a year ago with an estrogen-sensitive breast cancer. After undergoing a lumpectomy and radiation, she went through one round of chemo and had some very nasty reactions (to the Neulasta shot; her liver enzymes were also too elevated to continue chemo). She was prescribed Femara, to be taken over the next 5 years.She's had some extremely unpleasant side effects from the Femara (excruciating bone pain, fatigue, etc)... enough to make her want to discontinue it. She also started seeing a chiropractor, who encuraged her to stop taking the Femara (calling it poison, as a matter of fact) and started her on a regimen of Poly-MVA, Vitamin D3, and Osteo-B plus.I've not found a single peer-reviewed study of the Poly-MVA (for which she's paying $150/8oz); a lot of anecdotal "testimonials" found on the web, and not much else. I'm in Korea right now, but am returning to the States in a couple months to help her out. She quit taking the Femara because her onco basically just told her she needed to deal with the side effects. I want to talk with her about these drugs and her options, but I'm at a loss - she thinks her chiro knows best and is no longer seeing her oncologist.Have any of you other nurses had more experience with patients or family taking Femara, or any insights into how I can discuss this with her? Thanks in advance for any assistance.