HRT underused by menopausal women despite need for treatment

March 2005
PharmacoEconomics & Outcomes News;3/26/2005, Issue 474, p11
Presents the results of a survey on the attitude of women toward the use of hormone replacement therapy in the treatment of menopausal symptoms. Percentage of women who believe that menopausal symptoms require treatment; Potential reasons behind a negative opinion of the women toward the therapy; Views of the women on risk factors associated with the therapy, including breast cancer.


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