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Understanding Cancer Series: Estrogen Receptors/SERMs
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    Posted: 01/28/2005    Updated: 04/27/2006    Reviewed: 09/01/2006
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Estrogen Receptors/SERMs

      Slide Number and Title
  1. What Are Estrogens?
  2. Estrogen Target Tissues
  3. Estrogen Receptors
  4. Estrogen Receptors Trigger Gene Activation
  5. Estrogen-Induced Changes in Cell Behavior
  6. Estrogen-Induced Stimulation of Cell Proliferation
  7. Estrogen and Cancer
  8. Estrogen and Breast Cancer
  9. Cancer Arises From DNA Mutations In Cells
  10. Estrogen-Induced Proliferation of Existing Mutant Cells
  11. Estrogen-Induced Proliferation and Spontaneous New Mutations
  12. Estrogen and Uterine Cancer
  13. Antiestrogens
  1. SERMs
  2. Tamoxifen and Cancer
  3. Tamoxifen and Breast Cancer Treatment
  4. Estrogen Receptor-Negative Breast Cancer
  5. Tamoxifen and Breast Cancer Prevention
  6. Tamoxifen as a Cause of Uterine Cancer
  7. The Need for Better SERMs
  8. Estrogen Replacement During Menopause
  9. Estrogen Plus Progesterone Replacement
  10. Search for the Perfect SERM
  11. Raloxifene and the Prevention of Osteoporosis
  12. Raloxifene and Risk of Invasive Breast Cancer

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