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Menopause Drugs: Study Stokes New Debate Over Cancer Risk

HGH docs 113 300x200 Women who start hormone replacement therapy (HRT) soon after menopause do not show higher cancer incidence within 16 years, according to a Danish study published on Tuesday that fuels scientific discord over the treatment’s safety. Indeed, women who took HRT in the investigation had a significantly lower risk of dying or developing heart problems, the researchers wrote in a paper published on the medical website bmj.com. The new study was hailed by a menopause awareness group but a researcher who led a wider probe into HRT said it was worryingly underpowered

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New Study on Menopause Drugs Stokes Fresh Debate Over Cancer Risk

HGH doc 261 300x216 By: Agence France-Presse October 10, 2012 7:03 AM OTHER SPECIAL FEATURES STORIES InterAksyon.com The online news portal of TV5 PARIS – Women who start hormone replacement therapy (HRT) soon after menopause do not show higher cancer incidence within 16 years, according to a Danish study published on Tuesday that fuels scientific discord over the treatment’s safety. Indeed, women who took HRT in the investigation had a significantly lower risk of dying or developing heart problems, the researchers wrote in a paper published on the medical websitebmj.com.

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