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Tamoxifen and Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits

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Breast cancer patients take the drug Tamoxifen which can cut your chances of having the disease return. However, there are some side effects of Tamoxifen which can cause neurological side effects including tingling and numbness of your fingers and hands. If you suffer from neurological problems as a result of taking chemotherapy drugs, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. Tamoxifen social security disability

The Social Security Administration doesn’t always make it easy for those who are disabled to get the Social Security Disability benefits that they deserve as a result of chemotherapy and Tamoxifen that you may be taking as apart of your treatment regimen.

What To Do About Tamoxifen and Social Security Disability

Contact cancer treatment side effect Social Security Disability attorney Nancy Cavey to learn more about your rights to Social Security Disability benefits. If you suffer from Tamoxifen, we may be able to help you with your claim. Give us a chance to help you today.

1 Comment

  • Elaine D.
    Reply July 25, 2018 at 11:26 am

    Hello Nancy –
    I just came across your website regarding Tamoxifen. I recently began taking Tamoxifen (20 mg per day) and am experiencing quite a lot of fatigue/loss of interest in life to the point where it interferes with my quality of life and work. It takes me several days to recuperate just from working. I told my oncologist this, but she is telling me to continue taking the drug. Have you ever had success in helping someone collect disability while on Tamoxifen? I will need to take this for the next 5-10 years. I had lumpectomy and lymph node surgery and underwent radiation to one breast for early stage 1b breast cancer, with a micro amount going to my first lymph node. I want to continue taking this drug to reduce my risk of recurrence. But I am not sure how much longer I can continue to work on this.
    Many thanks,
    Elaine D.

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