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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.
Giving attention to beta cells instead of the immune system could be a chance to prevent type 1 diabetes

Giving attention to beta cells instead of the immune system could be a chance to prevent type 1 diabetes

Study shows how probiotic bacteria may lower the risk of ER+ breast cancer

Study shows how probiotic bacteria may lower the risk of ER+ breast cancer

Study shows how scar tissue can effectively regenerate the injured heart

Study shows how scar tissue can effectively regenerate the injured heart

Study clarifies role of ERβ in growth and regeneration of skeletal muscle in female mice

Study clarifies role of ERβ in growth and regeneration of skeletal muscle in female mice

Fasting-mimicking diet combined with hormone therapy has potential to treat breast cancer

Fasting-mimicking diet combined with hormone therapy has potential to treat breast cancer

Discovery could lead to a new toolset for cancer drug development

Discovery could lead to a new toolset for cancer drug development

‘Terminator’ protein halts tumorigenesis

‘Terminator’ protein halts tumorigenesis

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