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Hormone (androgen deprivation) therapy for prostate cancer

... androgen treatment may be combined with orchiectomy or LHRH analogs
as first ... in this setting than using orchiectomy or an LHRH analog alone. ...


Hormone therapy for prostate cancer

... LHRH analogs (luteinizing hormone-releasing analogs): These drugs
lower testosterone levels just as well as orchiectomy. ...


Cancer Glossary

... releasing hormone analogs. LHRH analogs Search. see luteinizing
hormone-releasing hormone analogs. LHRH antagonists ...


Hormone therapy for breast cancer

... a drug to turn off the ovaries (a LHRH analog, see below ... Luteinizing
hormone-releasing hormone (LHRH) analogs: The ovaries are the main source ...


Hormone therapy for breast cancer in men

... often combined with a luteinizing releasing hormone analog to turn ... LHRH
analogs such as leuprolide (Lupron ® ) and goserelin (Zoladex ® ) affect ...


Prostate Cancer Overview

... LHRH analogs (luteinizing hormone-releasing analogs): These drugs
lower testosterone levels just as well as orchiectomy. ...


Prostate Cancer

... anti-androgens for a few weeks when starting treatment with LHRH analogs. ...
may be added to treatment if orchiectomy, an LHRH analog, or LHRH ...


Treatment of invasive breast cancer, by stage

... Another option for pre-menopausal women (instead of tamoxifen), is taking
a LHRH analog to turn off the ovaries along with an aromatase inhibitor. ...


Prostate cancer that remains or recurs after treatment

... Usually the first treatment is a luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone
(LHRH) analog or antagonist (or orchiectomy). If ...


What happens after treatment for breast cancer in men?

... If you are taking an aromatase inhibitor or a luteinizing hormone-releasing
hormone (LHRH) analog, you may be at increased risk for osteoporosis ...