Untangling Results of Women's Health Study Fifteen years and 160,000 women later, the Women's Health Initiative completes its research and assesses results. Guests review the most definitive study yet on older women's health.
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Untangling Results of Women's Health Study

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Untangling Results of Women's Health Study

Untangling Results of Women's Health Study

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Fifteen years and 160,000 women later, the Women's Health Initiative completes its research and assesses results. Guests review the most definitive study yet on older women's health.

Guests:

Joanne Silberner, NPR's health policy correspondent

Barbara Howard, epidemiologist; chair of the Publications committee for the Women's Health Initiative

Meir Stampfer, professor of nutrition and epidemiology, chair, Department of Epidemiology of the Harvard School of Public Health