Recent Examples of raloxifene from the Web
In particular, two drugs—called tamoxifen and raloxifene—can block estrogen in the breast cells, lowering the risk of developing breast cancer by about 40%, according to the American Cancer Society.
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Origin and Etymology of raloxifene
First Known Use: 1993See Words from the same year
medical Definition of raloxifene
- Drugs like raloxifene target estrogen receptors to preserve bone mass.
- —Claudia Kalb, Newsweek, 22 July 2002
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