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Estrogen and Breast Cancer: Is There a Link?

Author(s):  Gever Marcy Portnoff

Issue:  Jan/Feb 1998 - Hormone Replacement
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Page(s):  21-23

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Abstract:  This article provides a look at recent and ongoing research investigating the existence of a link between estrogen use and breast cancer. The author covers menopause (symptoms and risks), benefits and risks of estrogen replacement and new developments in research.

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