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Doses, Duration, and Starting Age for HRT Treatment: The American Viewpoint

  • Wulf H. Utian
Part of the Medical Science Symposia Series book series (MSSS, volume 13)

Abstract

The United States must be recognized as both a melting pot and a mosaic. It would therefore be presumptuous to give an “American viewpoint” on anything. Nonetheless, it is possible to review the concept of postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy (HRT) with regard to dose, duration of therapy, and starting age, from several perspectives.

Keywords

Breast Cancer Hormone Replacement Therapy Hormone Replacement Therapy User Consumer Perspective Fatal Coronary Heart Disease 
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References

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    Utian WH, Schiff I. NAMS/Gallup survey on women’s knowledge, information sources, and attitudes to menopause and hormone replacement therapy. Menopause 1994;1:39–48.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    1997 NAMS/Gallup survey on menopause. Menopause In press.Google Scholar

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© Kluwer Academic Publishers and Fondazione Giovanni Lorenzini 1999

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  • Wulf H. Utian

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