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Common brand names:Evista
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Some chemicals called phytoestrogens, found naturally in plants, have estrogen-like activity; and some people use these phytoestrogens from dietary sources or from supplements to prevent or treat hormone-related health problems. In test tube studies, the estrogenic activity of one phytoestrogen, formononetin, was blocked by raloxifene.1 Further research is necessary to determine the overall effect of raloxifene on formononetin and other phytoestrogens in humans.
Last Review: 03-18-2015
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