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Living with Dementia


Hormone therapy may cut Alzheimer’s risk in menopausal women

The latest data from a long-running study of hormone therapy suggests women who started taking hormone replacements within five years of menopause were 30 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than women who started years later.

The findings, reported on Wednesday in the journal Neurology, add to evidence suggesting that taking hormone treatments… Hormone therapy may cut Alzheimer’s risk in menopausal women   


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