The Risk of Breast Cancer in Relation to Hormone Replacement Therapy
Part of the Medical Science Symposia Series book series (MSSS, volume 11)
Despite more than three dozen published studies, several controversial questions remain regarding the relationship between hormone replacement treatment (HRT) and breast cancer.
KeywordsBreast Cancer Breast Cancer Risk Hormone Replacement Therapy Current User Estrogen Replacement Therapy
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