Poster presentations from the British Menopause Society 22nd Annual Conference

September 2012
Menopause International;Sep2012, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p118
Academic Journal
Information about several posters displayed at the 22nd Annual Conference of the British Menopause Society is presented. Topics include pattern of referrals to the menopause clinic to increase awareness for hormone replacement therapy, impacts of vaginal atrophy and its treatment on postmenopausal women and their partners and psychosocial aspects of the premature ovarian failure (POF) in women.


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