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The American Heart Association recently reversed its position on estrogen hormone replacement therapy, saying there’s no evidence that HRT can have a protective effect in women with heart disease. A panel talks about this report, and the very latest information on the pros and cons of taking estrogen.
- Dr. Jaques Rossouw acting director of the Women's Health Initiative at the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute
- Dr. Donna Hurlock gynecologist and certified menopause clinician
- Dr. Rosemary Robertson immediate past president of the American Heart Association
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