HRT may lower colorectal cancer risk in older women

08/30/2009 | Modern Medicine

A study found postmenopausal women taking hormone replacement therapy reduced their risk of colorectal cancer by 63%. Israeli researchers collected self-reported HRT data from thousands of patients and said the risk reduction was not found in women who took daily aspirin or played sports and was mainly seen in those taking combined estrogen-progestin pills.

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