The stigma surrounding hormone therapy has slowly wafted into a mere dust clouds as more and more research unravels the findings of the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) published ten years ago yesterday. Today, at least 15 major medical organizations endorse hormone therapy as a viable option for the treatment of menopause. The WHI
In 2011, researchers worked tirelessly and experts debated intensely over the safety and effectiveness of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for women. This has been a hot topic for nearly 20 years, thanks to the very controversial study known as the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) began in 1991. For those who may not
The expert physicians at BodyLogicMD are dedicated to removing the myths that surround hormones and hormone therapy, including such misconceptions as “Hormones cause cancer,” “All estrogens are the same,” “All progesterone’s are the same,” and “How you take hormones doesn’t matter.” The focus on hormone replacement therapy and breast cancer is highlighted
"The medical establishment must stop kowtowing to drug companies and start serving women's best interests -- and that involves widely prescribing bioidentical hormones. This will lead to healthier, happier women and, in the long run, help reduce America's skyrocketing health-care costs."