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this setting. Longer duration of therapy and high prevalence makes this earlier setting market more lucrative and bigger for newer options than late stage if they succeed. In coming years, we expect second generation antiandrogens (Androgen synthesis inhibitors/Androgen receptor inhibitors, Xtandi, ARN-509, ODM-021, Zytiga, TAK-700, TOK-001) to replace them and expand their use beyond current levels in nmCRPC (non metastatic Castrate resistance Prostate cancer) patients and also in pre-prostectomy...

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Socialisation can potentially explain all of the gender/sex differences related to children's play. Critically evaluate this statement.

with XY chromosomes) produce far higher levels of androgens such as testosterone which is thought to make permanent organizational modifications of the brain and body. It is suggested these cause fundamental differences between boys and girls which provides the basic foundations as to why there are such large sex-differences in child play, (Hines, 2004). Evidence for the effects on androgens on play comes from girls exposed to high levels of androgens prenatally. These cases allow a more direct comparison...

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Steroids and Baseball

away the legacies of the past players by breaking their records and titles. Steroids are made by giving our bodies more than the natural amount of testosterone. Testosterone is a steroid hormone in the androgen group that is most commonly found in mammals. It is the natural male sex hormone in our bodies. It plays a very key role in promoting characteristics like muscle growth, bone mass and body hair. For the most part, our body naturally produces enough...

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The Nervous and the Endocrine systems

within a cell by passing through the phospholipid bilayer cell membrane of that particular target cell. Fat insoluble molecules are not able to diffuse into the cell in this way. Oestrogens, Androgens and Progestins are three of the groups coming under the heading of natural steroid-hormones. Oestrogens and Androgens affect sexual development and function. Oestrogens, ( Oestrone and Oestradiol), are manufactured in the Adrenal Cortex, -above the kidneys- and in the gonads of the female. They are primarily...

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benefit baseball from a public reputation perspective but studies have shown that educating athletes about steroids can diminish the desire to use the drug. A study of high school athletes by American Medical News (1996) indicates that anabolic androgen steroid prevention programs can help student athletes enhance healthy behaviors, lower their intent to use steroids and reduce factors that encourage steroid use. Is it ever “okay” to allow potentially unethical behaviors, which on the surface...

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Success Depends on Opportunity and Not on Character

But these aren't the kind of steroids getting attention in sports. When people say steroids (say: stare-oydz), they often mean illegal anabolic steroids. Anabolic steroids are artificially produced hormones that are the same as, or similar to, androgens, the male-type sex hormones in the body. The most powerful of these is testosterone (say: tes-tos-tuh-rone). Anabolic steroids can be taken in the form of pills, powders, or injections. Anabolic steroids are always illegal, meaning that you could...

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Thin-Layer Chromatography of Steroid Hormones

interstitial Leydig cells. The most common and most powerful androgenic hormone is testosterone. Estrogenic hormones are only slightly different from their counterparts. Estrogenic hormones are identified by their 18 carbon ring structure whereas androgens are identified by their 19 carbon ring structure. Estrogenic hormones are secreted by the female reproductive organs known as the ovaries. The most potent estrogenic hormone is called estradiol and its release fluctuates throughout a woman’s menstrual...

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Parathyroid and Adrenal Glands

called Cushing’s syndrome. Over activity can be the result of tumors that grow on the adrenal or pituitary glands or from other medical conditions. Symptoms and treatment depend on which hormones are being overproduced: * Androgenic steroids (androgen hormones). An overproduction of androgenic steroids, such as testosterone, can lead to exaggerated male characteristics in both men and women, such as hairiness of the face and body, baldness, acne, deeper voice, and more muscularity. * Corticosteroids...

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Regal Carnation Case Analysis

much like testosterone, just a weaker form of androgen. Steroids are often abused by athletes to improve physical strength and to improve athletic abilities. These athletes use different pills, creams, injections, or gels in order to improve athletic performance. Athletes take steroids because of the testosterone like affects. (Steroid Fast Facts) The body produces androgens or more commonly known as testosterone which is the most powerful androgen. This is very similar to steroids because it...

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Anabolic Steroids - 2

specific different points of view. Vocabulary words and sentences Anabolic steroids: substances that are found naturally in our body. * Chemically all the steroids are similar because they have a common structural unit. Androgens: A male hormone. * Androgens and testosterone are common hormones. Testosterone: A male sex hormone. * The testosterone is responsible for the development of muscles and mass strength. Hormone: Chemical messengers that are secreted by glands to regulate...

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