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NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms

Eulexin  listen  (yoo-LEK-sin)

  A drug used with another drug to treat certain types of prostate cancer. Eulexin binds to proteins called androgen receptors, which are found in some prostate cancer cells, and keeps androgens (male hormones) from binding to the receptors. This blocks the ability of androgens to cause prostate cancer cells to grow. Eulexin is a type of antiandrogen. Also called flutamide.