8.3.4: Hormone antagonists

Part of chapter 8 Malignant Disease and Immunosuppression, section 8.3 Sex hormones and hormone antagonists in malignant disease


High-level prescribing trends for Hormone antagonists (BNF section 8.3.4) across all GP practices in NHS England for the last five years. You can explore prescribing trends for this section by CCG, or learn more about this site.

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Abiraterone (0803042T0)
Anastrozole (0803041B0)
Apalutamide (0803042V0)
Bicalutamide (0803042A0)
Buserelin (0803042B0)
Cyproterone acetate (0803042E0)
Degarelix (0803042R0)
Enzalutamide (0803042U0)
Exemestane (0803041C0)
Flutamide (0803042H0)
Fulvestrant (0803041AA)
Goserelin acetate (0803042K0)
Histrelin acetate (0803042Q0)
Lanreotide (0803043P0)
Letrozole (0803041L0)
Leuprorelin acetate (0803042N0)
Octreotide acetate (0803043N0)
Pasireotide (0803043Q0)
Tamoxifen citrate (0803041S0)
Toremifene citrate (0803041U0)
Triptorelin (0803042W0)
Triptorelin acetate (0803042P0)
Triptorelin embonate (0803042S0)