Leuprolide

by Cathy Parkes May 18, 2020 Updated: February 16, 2024

Leuprolide

Leuprolide is a medication used to treat prostate cancer.
HINT: Dr. Lou lied to me about the side effects of this medication, which include: hot flashes, gynecomastia, decreased libido.

To learn more about prostrate cancer, check out our video on prostrate, colorectal & lung cancer.


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