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Tamoxifen is a drug used to treat certain types of breast cancer in women and men. It is also used to prevent breast cancer in women who have had ductal carcinoma in situ (abnormal cells in the ducts of the breast) and in women who are at a high risk of developing breast cancer. Tamoxifen is also being studied in the treatment of other types of cancer. It blocks the effects of the hormone estrogen in the breast. Tamoxifen is a type of antiestrogen. Also called tamoxifen citrate.
New discovery offers clues to overcoming resistance to cancer therapies

New discovery offers clues to overcoming resistance to cancer therapies

New compounds offer a two-for-one punch to fight estrogen-sensitive breast cancer

New compounds offer a two-for-one punch to fight estrogen-sensitive breast cancer

A study on SARS-CoV-2 proteins for the development of COVID-19 drugs

A study on SARS-CoV-2 proteins for the development of COVID-19 drugs

Study shows how scar tissue cells in the injured heart can be converted to heart muscle cells

Study shows how scar tissue cells in the injured heart can be converted to heart muscle cells

Hormonal therapies for breast and prostate cancers increase the risk of heart attack, stroke

Hormonal therapies for breast and prostate cancers increase the risk of heart attack, stroke

Study: Women at high risk of breast cancer face financial barriers to care

Study: Women at high risk of breast cancer face financial barriers to care

Lower dose of tamoxifen may reduce risk of breast cancer

Lower dose of tamoxifen may reduce risk of breast cancer

Cissampelos pareira L. extracts demonstrate anti-SARS-CoV-2 activity in vitro

Cissampelos pareira L. extracts demonstrate anti-SARS-CoV-2 activity in vitro

Study uses computational framework to identify tamoxifen resistance markers in ER+ breast cancer

Study uses computational framework to identify tamoxifen resistance markers in ER+ breast cancer

Study finds new evidence about the positive role of androgens in breast cancer treatment

Study finds new evidence about the positive role of androgens in breast cancer treatment

Physical activity could mitigate some of the menopause symptoms

Physical activity could mitigate some of the menopause symptoms

Tracing lineage to demonstrate direct astrocyte-to-neuron conversion in mouse brain

Tracing lineage to demonstrate direct astrocyte-to-neuron conversion in mouse brain

Study elucidates the role of ERβ in growth of skeletal muscle in female mice

Study elucidates the role of ERβ in growth of skeletal muscle in female mice

Researchers create p16-Cre ERT2 -tdTomato mouse model to characterize in vivo senescent cells

Researchers create p16-Cre ERT2 -tdTomato mouse model to characterize in vivo senescent cells

New breast cancer drug is safe and effective, can halt disease progression

New breast cancer drug is safe and effective, can halt disease progression

Women with T1a breast cancers could benefit from hormone treatment

Women with T1a breast cancers could benefit from hormone treatment

New techniques help replace malfunctioning microglia associated with neurological disorders

New techniques help replace malfunctioning microglia associated with neurological disorders

Surgical delay does not lower overall survival of women with early-stage breast cancer

Surgical delay does not lower overall survival of women with early-stage breast cancer

Fasting-mimicking diet along with hormone therapy could help treat breast cancer

Fasting-mimicking diet along with hormone therapy could help treat breast cancer

Early genetic rescue may be a potential therapy in autism spectrum disorder

Early genetic rescue may be a potential therapy in autism spectrum disorder

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