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The Estrogen-alone Study

On March 2, 2004, NIH announced that it had stopped the estrogen-alone study in the interest of safety after careful consideration of preliminary data and an average follow-up of nearly 7 years.

Updated 6/21/07

Selected Findings

Coronary Artery Calcium (June 2007)

Breast Cancer Risk (April 2006)

Venous Thrombosis (April 2006)

Coronary Heart Disease Risk (February 2006)

Dementia and Cognitive Function--Women's Health Initiative Memory Study (June 2004)

Effects of Estrogen-Alone Study: Initial Results (April 2004)

NIH Stops Estrogen-Alone Study (March 2004)

 
 
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