Hormone therapy does not affect women's cognitive ability later in life

06/25/2013 | Family Practice News

Women aged 50 to 55 who received hormone therapy for an average of seven years had the same global cognitive functioning 10 years later compared with those who took placebos, a study in JAMA Internal Medicine showed. The findings remained consistent regardless of whether the treatment was conjugated equine estrogen alone or in combination with medroxyprogesterone acetate.

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