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Side effects

Effects of a proposed project on other parts of the firm.

Side Effects

The effect a company's activity has on other activities in the company. For example, if an investment performs poorly, it may have the side effect of depriving other departments of funds needed for their own operations.
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As aromatase inhibitors deprive post-menopausal women of oestrogen, menopausal effects are exaggerated, The main side-effects are hot flushes, arthralgias and myalgias, reduced libido, a dry vagina and skin, and thinning of hair.
This drug is also administered to post-menopausal patients, with the same side-effects as in pre-menopausal women, except for the menstrual changes.
MDT introduction met with considerable resistance in Brazil because of a significant risk of side-effects. (11-14) Despite this, in 1991, MDT was adopted as the sole treatment for leprosy patients in Brazil.
A wide range of frequency of side-effects caused by MDT has been reported from Brazil.
Hormone therapies like Tamoxifen and Goserelin tend to be viewed as a gentler option for patients - but the report today revealed that up to 99 per cent of women suffered side-effects.
Women must be fully informed of the benefits and all possible side-effects of treatments.
Dr Jacobo Mintzer, of the Medical University of South Carol na, said: "Those in nursing homes may rely upon care staff to alert the physician to side-effects.
"Informing patients and carers about potential side-effects is of great importance.
The most common side-effects for Relenza - which is being given to pregnant women - include a cough and ear, nose and throat infections.