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  What are the implications of the latest HRT research? 05 Mar 2004  
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For women taking Oestrogen-only Hormone Replacement Therapy there are more conflicting messages this week with the publication of a US study. It shows an increased risk of stroke but no increased risk of breast cancer - but this research appears to be at odds with a major UK study.

How can women assess the safety of HRT? Woman's Hour looks at the implications of the latest research.

For more information call BBC Actionline on 0800 044 044.

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