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Hormones/antineoplastics

Other names: hormonal oncology

What are Hormones/antineoplastics

Hormonal anticancer drugs are used to reduce or prevent proliferation of cancers that are responsive to specific levels of hormones. Hormones are signalling molecules that bind to target cells receptors and stimulates or blocks the cells function. Hormonally responsive cancer can be treated by reducing the level of hormone that is needed for tumor cell growth and survival, by using inhibitors of hormone synthesis or hormone receptor antagonist. Some cancers may be inhibited by increased level of a specific hormone therefore supplementing with a hormone agonist is used to treat these types of cancer.

List of Hormones/antineoplastics:

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degarelix systemic (Pro, More...)
5 reviews
   
9.0
megestrol systemic (Pro, More...)
63 reviews
   
7.6
bicalutamide systemic (Pro, More...)
9 reviews
   
7.5
raloxifene systemic (Pro, More...)
5 reviews
   
7.0
goserelin systemic (Pro, More...)
34 reviews
   
6.8
tamoxifen systemic (Pro, More...)
52 reviews
   
6.5
letrozole systemic (Pro, More...)
105 reviews
   
6.4
leuprolide systemic (Pro, More...)
220 reviews
   
6.2
triptorelin systemic (Pro, More...)
5 reviews
   
5.8
anastrozole systemic (Pro, More...)
126 reviews
   
5.6
fulvestrant systemic (Pro, More...)
6 reviews
   
5.1
medroxyprogesterone systemic (Pro, More...)
1,430 reviews
   
4.9
exemestane systemic (Pro, More...)
43 reviews
   
4.7
histrelin systemic (Pro, More...)
3 reviews
   
4.7
enzalutamide systemic (Pro, More...)
4 reviews
   
1.0
estramustine systemic (Pro, More...)
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fluoxymesterone systemic (Pro, More...)
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flutamide systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviewsAdd rating
nilutamide systemic (Pro, More...)
0 reviewsAdd rating
testolactone systemic (More...)
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toremifene systemic (Pro, More...)
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