Tag: hormoneReplacementTherapy

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT): Drug therapy designed to replace female hormones whose levels drop as a result of menopause. Most U.S. women are prescribed combination or combined HRT, which consists of estrogen plus progestin, rather than estrogen-only HRT.

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07/11/15
Use of HRT counteracts the reduction in breast cancer risk conferred by exercise
09/29/13
Women with lower estrogen levels have higher HRT-related breast cancer risk
04/06/12
Does sitting for long periods of time increase breast cancer risk?
11/06/11
Combination HRT doubles breast cancer risk among women with breast tenderness
10/31/11
High circulating estrogen and androgen increase risk of postmenopausal breast cancer
05/10/11
Apigenin may prevent breast cancer that develops in response to progestin
12/30/10
Estrogen-only HRT may be protective against breast cancer
10/22/10
Combined HRT increases risk of lymph node positive breast cancer
09/26/10
Less HRT use after 2002 translated into fewer breast cancer cases among Canadian women
08/12/10
Obesity reduces survival after diagnosis and exercise does not improve prognosis
07/29/10
HRT increases risk of breast cancer, especially for those with dense breasts
06/25/10
Some breast cancer risk factors differently influence ductal and lobular breast cancer
02/22/10
Benign breast disease least likely to progress to breast cancer in those having children while young
01/13/10
Drop in hormone replacement therapy use explains part of decline in breast cancer rates
11/18/09
Breast tenderness from combination hormone replacement therapy (HRT) predicts breast cancer

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