New Study Eases Long-Held Fears About Hormone Replacement Therapy | NBC Nightly News

Women who took hormone replacement therapy back in the 1990s for menopause symptoms are no more likely to die decades later than women who did not take HRT, a new study finds.
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New Study Eases Long-Held Fears About Hormone Replacement Therapy | NBC Nightly News


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3 Responses

  1. Blessing Asmawo Momoh says:

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  2. Navillus 55 says:

    I began taking estrogen at age fifty and I am now eighty years old. No signs of cancer and I'm healthier and able to be more active then women at least ten years younger. By the way, I purchase my estrogen capsules from Canada for a very reasonable price. They are manufactured in Ireland and then shipped to England, British Columbia and to my home in Idaho. If you've ever wondered what Premarin stands for, it's pregnant mare's urine. It stops my hot flashes and also problems with incontinence.

  3. Nokomis Murin says:

    I would still not trust this study. Do homeopathic or not at all and deal with it. I chose natural method when I was 24 years old. It has been 20 plus years now. This of course was not and still not covered by insurance. Pharmaceutical companies don't care they want your money so of course they say it's safe. Do the research and don't trust your doctor's. " May be safe" ya that's not good enough for me!

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