Part of the NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 53)
Estramustine and Prednimustine
Estramustine and prednimustine are both hormone-cytostatic agents where a steroid hormone compound known to have antitumour effect has been linked to an alkylating agent.
KeywordsEthinyl Estradiol Antitumour Effect Estramustine Phosphate High Dose Corticosteroid Therapy Hormone Compound
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