Long-term Hormone Replacement Therapy Increases Breast Cancer Risk Until 5 Years After Use, Study Finds
Now there is proof for women in Germany, too: If hormone replacement therapy is taken over a period of more than five years, the risk of breast cancer will increase. While this risk is considerably elevated during use of hormone medication, it drops back to the original level within about five years after a woman has stopped taking hormones.
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