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Stopping Hormone Replacement Therapy Doesn't Boost Hip Fractures

10:42 EST 1 Dec 2016 | Medscape

Data from two large trials in the Woman's Health Initiative (WHI) suggest that stopping hormone replacement therapy (HRT) does not lead to a rebound increase in fracture risk.
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