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Decline of HRT Use Linked to Drop in Breast Cancer Cases
Posted: April 19, 2007
page 5 of 5"It doesn't make sense to do something in the name of prevention and protection -- (withholding HRT) -- that ends up hurting the person," Smith said.
Berry said: "If you're taking HRT for long-term health effects, it's not worth it. But, if you're taking HRT for menopausal symptoms and it works for you, it's probably a reasonable thing to continue. I'd stop it occasionally to see if the hot flashes are still there, but short-term use for a year or two probably won't affect your risk in the long run."
By Serena Gordon, HealthDay News, April 18, 2007