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Phytotherapy for Menopausal Complaints

@inproceedings{Osmers2004PhytotherapyFM,
  title={Phytotherapy for Menopausal Complaints},
  author={R. Osmers and K. Kraft},
  year={2004}
}
he therapy of climacteric complaints with estrogens and/or estrogengestagen combinations is undisputedly effective and presumably mostly safe for a short therapy duration. Longterm hormone therapy (HT) for the prevention of osteoporosis, the prevention of cardiovascular illnesses and for the increase of cognitive capacities in advanced age, however, does not appear justifiable any longer in light of the results of the WHI study, which among other risks has confirmed an increased risk of breast… Expand

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