Adverse Reaction Research

October 2007
Reactions Weekly;10/6/2007, Issue 1172, p4
The article reports on a study which revealed the awareness of some women concerning the results of a landmark hormone therapy study conducted in the U.S. The study identified risks associated with hormone therapy among postmenopausal women. A nationally representative survey has been conducted by the researchers among women aged 40-60 years in June 2004. A total of 29% of the women participants were aware of the study and 40% were able to correctly identify the potential benefits and risks associated with hormone therapy.


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