Tamoxifen is a compound used to treat breast cancer and estrogen-related gynecomastia.
|Mechanism of Action||Tamoxifen is a prodrug and its metabolites bind to estrogen receptors in tumor cells which decrease DNA synthesis and inhibit estrogen effects.|
|References||Clemons, M., S. Danson, and A. Howell. "Tamoxifen (‘Nolvadex’): A Review." Cancer Treatment Reviews 28.4 (2002): 165-80. Web.|