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Segmentation of the hormone replacement therapy market by type of hormonal therapy
That's why most women on hormone replacement therapy take both hormones.
However, researchers caution that the link between the change in breast density as a result of hormone replacement therapy and the change in a woman's risk of developing breast cancer remains uncertain.
The patient's postoperative course was unremarkable, and he was discharged on hormone replacement therapy.
Thirty-two percent of women with cancer and 35% of controls had ever used oral contraceptives, while 26% and 21%, respectively, had ever used hormone replacement therapy (estrogen with or without progestin).
Law firms around the country have established web sites to disseminate information on hormone replacement therapy and screen possible claimants.
With the finding, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) stopped a trial of women taking hormone replacement therapy using the combination of estrogen and progestin.
At the start of the study, 40% were using some form of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and 28% used HRT throughout the study.
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) involves taking the two main female hormones - oestrogen and progesterone - to combat menopause problems.
WOMEN on hormone replacement therapy have discovered an unexpected benefit.
CHICAGO -- Breast changes caused by hormone replacement therapy rarely complicate the interpretation of mammograms.
This was true for women on hormone replacement therapy and those who were not.