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In the News
FDA Offers Guidance On Hormone Therapy (Post, Sept. 10, 2003)

Hormone Use's Link to Cancer Risk Reinforced (Post, Aug. 8, 2003)

Despite Downside, Some Women Resume Hormone Use (Post, Aug. 7, 2003)

FDA Offers Guidance on Women's Hormone Use (Post, Jan. 9, 2003)

Class of Estrogens Labeled Carcinogens: U.S. Upgrades Danger Posed by Element in Replacement Therapies, Contraceptives (Post, Dec. 12, 2002)

Hormone Replacement Study Finds Slight Rise in Heart Problems (Post, April 4, 2000)

Unresolved HRT Questions (Post, Aug. 20, 2002)

Hormone Replacement Gets New Scrutiny: Finding of Increased Risks Prompts Federal Effort (Post, Aug. 14, 2002)

A High Price for HRT: No One Warned She Might Pay With Cancer (Post, Aug. 13, 2002)

More Answers to Reader HRT Questions (Post, Aug. 6, 2002)

Hormone Questions Linger: Experts Address Women's Concerns (Post, July 30, 2002)

Doctors Working To Clear the Fog Of Hormone Study (Post, July 28, 2002)

Second Opinion: Hormonal Imbalance (Post, July 23, 2002)

Now, More Hormone Questions (Post, July 16, 2002)

Take Away My Hormones? Over My Dead Body (Post, July 16, 2002)

Halting of Hormone Study Met With Fear: Many Women Angry, Worried After Researchers Conclude Treatment Increases Health Risks (Post, July 11, 2002)

Hormone Treatment Is Called Harmful: Menopause Study Cites Health Risks (Post, July 10, 2002)

Doubts on Hormones, Heart Risk Bolstered: Study: Treatment Doesn't Aid Women With Heart Disease (Post, July 3, 2002)

Replacing Hormone Therapy: With Recent Studies Taking Some of the Glow Off HRT, What Other Choices Do Women Have for Symptoms of Menopause? (Post, June 4, 2002)



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