Hormone replacement therapy, 10 years after cancer link claims
from The Washington Post
The use of hormone replacement therapy to treat symptoms of menopause has been among the most controversial and confusing issues in the modern medical world. The July 2012 issue of a journal called
— the journal of the International Menopause Society — is devoted to revisiting the Women's Health Initiative findings 10 years later and seeks to sort out what turned out to be true and untrue about the therapy's impact on women's health.
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