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HRT therapy has been subject to much discussion due to both positive effects (reduced risk of cardiovascular disease) and negative effects (increased risk of breast cancer).
With the risks associated with hormone replacement therapy (HRT), many women have turned to natural menopause solutions. But these also can bring risks.
McMaster University researchers have found consistent evidence that use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is associated with breast cancer globally.
Researchers say they have found the first robust evidence that low doses of a hormone called DHEA can help sexual function and menopausal symptoms.
Women taking postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may have an increased risk of severe asthma attacks requiring hospitalization.
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) utilizing estrogen alone (the exogenous estrogen) provides a protective effect in reducing breast cancer risk, according to a new study.
While endogenous estrogen (i.e., estrogen produced by ovaries and by other tissues) does have a well-known carcinogenic impact, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) utilizing estrogen alone (the exogenous estrogen) provides a protective effect in reducing breast cancer risk.
Women to Women Advocates Changing Conventional Medicine's Approach to Managing Menopause Symptoms in Light of New Study The recent worrisome news that synthetic hormone replacement therapy causes more aggressive forms of breast cancer has led more women - and their doctors - to question the conventional standard of care for menopause symptoms. Yarmouth, Maine (PRWEB) November 11, 2010 The recent worrisome news that synthetic hormone replacement therapy causes more aggressive forms of breast...
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