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  HRT Monday 22 July 2002  
Today Jenni presents a special programme on HRT.

She's joined by a number of experts in the field of HRT and people who've been personally affected by it.
The items included:

  • HRT, The Facts: Professor Valerie Beral and Professor David Purdie from the Centre for Metabolic Bone Disease at Hull Royal Infirmary.
  • History and Politics of HRT
  • Medicalisation of the Menopause: Prof Valerie Beral, Prof David Purdie, Prof Germaine Greer and Claire Rayner.
  • Risks and Benefits including Osteoporosis, Heart Disease, Stroke and Breast Cancer: Prof Valerie Beral, Prof David Purdie and Claire Rayner.
  • Balancing the Risks: Summing up of the advantages and disadvantages of HRT.
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Woman's Hour: Jenni talks to Malcolm Whitehead, Director of the Menopause Clinic at Kings College Hospital, London
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BBC Health: HRT


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