Bioidentical Hormones Offer Promising Results For Menopause
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Bioidentical Hormones Offer Promising Results For Menopause

Hormone replacement therapy using synthetic hormones initially showed promise with easing menopausal and perimenopausal symptoms for women, plus lowering the risk of heart disease. However, in 2002, scientists discovered long-term, synthetic hormone therapy is associated with and has an increased risk of breast cancer, stroke, blood clots, and heart disease, contradicting some of the prior…
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