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Anterior pituitary suppressant with weak androgenic effects.
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Panidis et al (1994) Danazol influences g.tropin secretion acting at the hypothalamic level. Int.J.Gynaecol.Obstet. 45 241 PMID: 7926243
Merck Index 12 2875
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