British Menopause Society/ Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists response to Breast Cancer Now Generations Study on HRT use and breast cancer risk

The British Menopause Society and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists issue a response to the findings that the effect of combined hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in increasing a woman’s risk of breast cancer is likely to have been underestimated by a number of previous studies.

2016-11-19T10:02:55+01:0023 August 2016|Tags: , |

Estrogen may not improve memory

The role of HRT in improving cognitive abilities such as verbal memory continues to be debated, with lack of clarity around the role of menopausal estrogen lack, and hence the role of hormone replacement, along with the role of simply ageing.

2016-09-27T16:40:14+01:0016 August 2016|Tags: , |

HRT: The history

Download PDF factsheet HRT timeline 1965 HRT becomes available to women in the UK 1993 A clinical trial starts in the USA – the Women’s Health Initiative – looking [...]

2018-08-07T17:31:17+01:004 December 2015|Tags: |