One More Cancer Risk with HRT

A new study published in the Clinical Journal of Oncology shows that women who use combined estrogen and progestin therapy have a higher risk of lung cancer. The risk is obviously even higher if your a smoker but with the incidences of second hand smoke lung cancer rising there is reason to be cautious. It also says that the risk is higher the longer hormone replacement therapy is used and that goes along with the current guidelines of using HRT for the shortest amount of time possible. Yet with risks like this is it even worth taking it at all? You let me know. In the meantime, check out Stay Young and Sexy with Bio-identical Hormone Replacement: The Science Explained by Dr. Jonathan V. Wright and Lane Lenard Ph.D with a foreword by Suzanne Somers.


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