Fight breast cancer with Tamoxifen citrate

Filed under: Tamoxifen citrate — Tags: , , , — Wayne @ 9:29 am April 18, 2016

Tamoxifen citrate is an anti estrogen drug which is non-steroidal in which it typically inhibits the estrogen receptors of a specific tumor or organ in the body. The fighting mechanism of Tamoxifen citrate is that it prevents the hypertrophy of the body cells in which it is dependent by the estrogen’s regulation. Tamoxifen citrate effects will occur after several weeks from the first dose. In most women, this drug can stimulate or motivate the production of hormones called gonadotropic in the hypophysis. In men, Tamoxifen citrate increases the production of hormone that stimulates the follicle and increase also the concentration of testosterone, luteinizing hormone, and the blood-serum’s estrogen especially for thoe men who have oligospermia.

But the most common application of the drug Nolvadex or Tamoxifen citrate is on breast cancer. It is used for the treatment in both women and men suffering from breast cancer, especially after breast cancer operation called castration for the purpose of preventing the cancer cells from further development and spreading in the entire body. Tamoxifen citrate is also a treatment for some conditions such as melanomas, cancer of the kidney, cancer of the ovary, and soft tissues’ sarcomas that contains estrogen receptors. (more…)