Hormone replacement therapy in early menopause pt shows significantly reduced cardiac disease without any apparent increase in risk of cancer, CVA or blood clot

| October 24, 2012

BMJ (British Medical Journal pubslished in October 9, 2012 edition a study of 1,006 health women age 45-58 recently menopausal or perimenopausal women followed for 10 years.  After 10years of randomised treatment, women receiving hormone replacement therapy early after menopause had a significantly reduced risk of mortality, heart failure or myocardial infarction (heart attack) without […]

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KEEPS study; a new direction in women’s menopausal health

| October 17, 2012

There’s a new study that puts hope back into women’s menopausal health, and that’s the KEEPS study or  Kronos Early Estrogen Prevention Study, presented at the 23rd annual meeting of NAMS in early October.  This study has not been released to the public yet but already there are waves of optimism that it will impact […]

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