Study: Hormone choice may be link to breast cancer

04/7/2005 | NYTimes.com

Recurring breast cancer may be linked to which hormones are prescribed for women after menopause, scientists report. A Swedish study showed hormone therapy concentrating on estrogen produced no increase in breast cancers, while an earlier study found the combination of estrogen and progestogen produced an increased risk of recurring cancer for women who had been diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer.

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