Hormone patch doesn't increase women's risk of repeat blood clots

01/2/2011 | Reuters

A French study found menopausal women who used a hormone patch instead of pills were not at an increased risk of experiencing a repeat venous thromboembolism. The finding adds to growing evidence that a low-dose estrogen patch might be a safer alternative to oral therapy in easing menopausal symptoms.

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