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Hormone Replacement Therapy
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Hormone Replacement Therapy

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NPR's Snigdha Prakash reports that women have mixed feelings about a recent findings that hormone replacement therapy may carry a variety of health risks. While some worry that HRT will lead to cancer, strokes and other ailments, others say the doses of estrogen are good for the body and soul.

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