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Synonyms for endocrine

the secretion of an endocrine gland that is transmitted by the blood to the tissue on which it has a specific effect

of or belonging to endocrine glands or their secretions

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The company stated the safety and efficacy of Verzenio in combination with fulvestrant were studied in a randomized trial of 669 patients with HR-positive, HER2-negative breast cancer that had progressed after treatment with endocrine therapy and who had not received chemotherapy once the cancer had metastasized.
All known endocrine disorders must be managed, and endocrine function optimized with appropriate therapy, prior to conception.
The European Union is the largest single economy to regulate EDCs specifically, which more than 1,300 studies have linked to health problems such as infertility, diabetes, obesity, hormone-related cancers, and neurological disorders, the Endocrine Society concluded in a 2015 scientific statement.
The story of endocrine disruption began with research on the health of wildlife in and around the Great Lakes of North America, which had been accumulating industrial pollutants for decades (Canada-United States Collaboration for Great Lakes Water Quality 2012).
The General Female Endocrine packs for women contain black currant seed oil, Catalyn, Hypothalamus PMG, Symplex F and tuna omega-3 to provide full spectrum support for the female endocrine system, according to the company.
For decades, tamoxifen taken for 5 years was the standard adjuvant endocrine treatment.
based market research firm says that the global market for Endocrine Testing, which was worth USD 1.
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Endocrine disruptors are found in everything from plastics to pesticides, toys to cosmetics, and there are growing concerns about their safety.
Endocrine disrupters; hazard testing and assessment methods.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has said that it would be very difficult to propose specific criteria for the assessment of endocrine active substances, and has therefore recommended a case-by-case approach.
There are two ways of generating endocrine cells (cell types, such as beta cells, that secrete hormones) from human embryonic stem cells, or hESCs: either generating the cells in vitro in culture or transplanting immature endocrine cell precursors into mice.
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The endocrine system is made up of several endocrine glands that are located in different parts of the human body (Figure 1).
Women with jobs that expose them to potential carcinogens and endocrine disrupters , such as metal-working, food canning, and agriculture, are more susceptible to the disease, the researchers said.