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Searching for alternatives

By Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / March 3, 2004

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Call it one more side effect of hormone replacement therapy. For years, the drugs looked so good that researchers and pharmaceutical companies had little incentive to look for other treatments that would relieve the symptoms of menopause. That has left women with few good alternatives to the hormones, even as worrisome tidings from the Women's Health Initiative accumulate. (Full Article: 341 Words)

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