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Considering taking medication to treat Advanced Prostatic Carcinoma? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Advanced Prostatic Carcinoma. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
estradiol oral     201 User Reviews
Lupron Depot intramuscular     146 User Reviews
Lupron Depot (3 Month) intramuscular     118 User Reviews
ketoconazole oral     54 User Reviews
Casodex oral     49 User Reviews
Estrace oral     43 User Reviews
Zoladex subcutaneous     35 User Reviews
Lupron Depot (4 Month) intramuscular     32 User Reviews
bicalutamide oral     18 User Reviews
Menest oral     17 User Reviews
Delestrogen intramuscular     12 User Reviews
Eligard subcutaneous     12 User Reviews
Vantas implant     11 User Reviews
leuprolide intramuscular     10 User Reviews
leuprolide subcutaneous     8 User Reviews
Depo-Estradiol intramuscular     8 User Reviews
Supprelin LA implant     8 User Reviews
Trelstar LA intramuscular     7 User Reviews
Lupron Depot (6 Month) intramuscular     7 User Reviews
Trelstar Depot intramuscular     5 User Reviews
leuprolide (3-month) intramuscular     4 User Reviews
esterified estrogens oral     4 User Reviews
estradiol valerate intramuscular     4 User Reviews
goserelin subcutaneous     4 User Reviews
Nilandron oral     3 User Reviews
Lupron Depot-Ped (3 Month) intramuscular     3 User Reviews
Firmagon subcutaneous     3 User Reviews
Lupron Depot-Ped intramuscular     2 User Reviews
triptorelin pamoate intramuscular     2 User Reviews
Trelstar intramuscular     2 User Reviews
leuprolide (6-month) intramuscular     2 User Reviews
histrelin implant     1 User Reviews
degarelix subcutaneous     1 User Reviews
Firmagon kit with diluent syringe subcutaneous     1 User Reviews
nilutamide oral     Be the first to review it
leuprolide (pediatric 3 month) intramuscular     Be the first to review it
leuprolide (4-month) intramuscular     Be the first to review it
leuprolide (4 month) subcutaneous     Be the first to review it

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