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dihydrotestosterone di·hy·dro·tes·tos·ter·one (dī-hī'drō-těs-tŏs'tə-rōn')
A derivative of testosterone having androgenic activity and anabolic and tumor-suppressing capabilities useful in the treatment of certain breast cancers. Also called stanolone.

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