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Hormone drugs

There are a number of different hormone therapies that you might have as part of your treatment for prostate cancer. The one you need depends on your individual situation. You can find out more about each drug and possible side effects by going to each page.

Leuprorelin (Prostap, Lutrate)

Find out what leuprorelin is, how you have it and other important information about taking leuprorelin for prostate cancer.

Goserelin (Zoladex, Novgos)

Find out what goserelin is, how you have it and other important information about taking goserelin for prostate cancer.

Buserelin (Suprefact)

Find out what buserelin is, how you have it and other important information about taking buserelin for prostate cancer.

Triptorelin (Decapeptyl SR, Gonapeptyl Depot)

Find out what triptorelin is, how you have it and other important information about taking triptorelin for prostate cancer.

Bicalutamide (Casodex)

Find out what bicalutamide is, how you have it and other important information about taking bicalutamide for prostate cancer.

Flutamide

Find out what flutamide is, how you have it and other important information about taking flutamide for prostate cancer.

Enzalutamide (Xtandi)

Enzalutamide (Xtandi) is a treatment for advanced prostate cancer. Find out what enzalutamide is, how you have it and other important information about having enzalutamide.

Cyproterone acetate (Cyprostat)

Read about cyproterone acetate, how you have it and other important information about taking this hormone therapy. 

Last reviewed: 
02 Jul 2019

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