Hormone Replacement Therapy Study

NPR's Wendy Schmelzer reports that a study on hormone replacement therapy suggests that women who take estrogen in combination with progestin are at greater risk of developing breast cancer than women who take estrogen alone. The study is released in today's issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.



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