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Ceasing hormone replacement therapy may increase osteoporosis risk in women

Millions of women have stopped their hormone replacement therapy after it was linked to conditions such as breast cancer and heart disease. However, women need to be aware that the hormone therapy had a protective effect against osteoporosis. They need to have regular check ups to ensure they are not suffering from bone loss.

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About: Ceasing hormone replacement therapy may increase osteoporosis risk in women

Date: 6 November 2004

Source: News Target

URL: http://www.newstarget.com/002130.html

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