Ten years on and where are we now?

Morris, Edward; Currie, Heather
September 2012
Menopause International;Sep2012, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p93
Academic Journal
The author focuses on the menopause, effects of estrogen deficiency and treatments and hormone replacement therapy (HRT). He mentions about the risks and reduced awareness of the benefits of Women's Health Initiative (WHI) trial. He emphasizes on the safety and benefits of HRT for the management of menopause in women. He discusses that HRT leads to the better understanding of the consequences of estrogen deficiency in women.


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