CHICAGO (AP) - The first follow-up of a landmark study of
hormone use after menopause shows heart problems linked with the
pills seem to fade after women stop taking them, while surprising
new cancer risks appear.
That heart trouble associated with hormones may not be permanent
is good news for millions of women who quit taking them after the
government study was halted six years ago because of heart risks
and breast cancer.
But the new risks for other cancers, particularly lung...Full Story