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Tamoxifen Citrate aka Nolvadex is a Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator. It selectively acts like estrogen in some receptors while being inactive in others. When Tamoxifen Citrate binds to an estrogen receptor it occupies it so that estrogen cannot bind to that receptor. This compound has been a key part of cancer research particularly in the field of breast cancer
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The active compound in Nolvadex is Tamoxifen Citrate. Tamoxifen Citrate has long been used in the areas of cancer research particularly of the breast. Tamoxifen belongs to the class of chemicals known as SERMâ€™s. SERM is the acronym for (S)elective (E)strogen (R)eceptor (M)Modulator. The term SERM actually tells us a great deal about the way in which Tamoxifen Citrate works. Tamoxifen is Selective in that it acts as if it were estrogen for some receptors and not others. In the receptors that Tamoxifen selectively bonds to it prevents that receptor from binding with any other naturally circulating estrogen. Estrogen has long been known as a key supporting factor in the development of cancerous tumors of the breast (1). Therefore chemicals like Tamoxifen Citrate which block estrogen from binding to cells in the breast has a very direct effect on the pathology of breast cancer.
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Currently the use of Nolvadex is as a treatment for breast cancer and is prescribed by a licensed medical professional. If one were to try to Buy Nolvadex Online from a licensed US Pharmacy they would have to show a valid prescription. Often times insurance would also pay for the medications as part of the course of treatment for breast cancer. When looking to Buy Nolvadex Online one would want to avoid off-shore pharmacies and unlicensed pharmacies. If you have a valid prescription there is no need to risk dealing with a non-licensed pharmacy. Tamoxifen Citrate has shown great efficacy in the first-line treatment of breast cancer with a very reasonable safety profile (2).
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1) High-Risk Estrogen-Receptor-Positive Breast Cancer: Identification and Implications for Therapy. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22812573)
2) Toremifene versus tamoxifen for advanced breast cancer. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22786516)