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Clinical Articles / BY: Carolyn Gotay, PhD, April 2012
... (e.g., exposure to ionizing radiation, the use of combined hormone replacement therapy), are also linked to increased breast cancer risk. ... Competing interests None declared. This article has been peer reviewed. ABSTRACT: Approximately 1 in 9 Canadian ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Lauren MacDonald, BScH, MSc, December 2010
... susceptible to a number of late effects. Adrenocorticotropic hormone deficiency secondary to pituitary lesions or cranial radiation may ... Competing interests None declared. This article has been peer reviewed. Many survivors of childhood cancer have ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Darlene M.S. Hammell, MD October 2001
... with the patient who, at menopause, asks if she should take hormone therapy to decrease her risk of heart disease? How should the ... for the evidence. Addenda  Since this article was accepted for publication, four events have occurred that deserve ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Karen A. Gelmon, MD, FRCPC November 2001
... and a comprehensive discussion is beyond the scope of this article. Issues of family history, reproductive history, age of menarche, ... of breast cancer, have further emphasized the different hormone levels and menstrual cycle patterns and drawn attention to the ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Christopher Bozek MD, FRCPC May 2001
... of PD and sexual function in PD are beyond the scope of this article; please see the  "Suggested reading"  list at the end of this ... PD. [14]  Marder and colleagues [15]  suggested that hormone replacement therapy might reduce the risk of dementia in women with PD. ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Suzanne Montemuro, MD, CCFP October 2001
... mood disturbances in perimenopausal women without altering hormone levels, endometrium (by transvaginal ultrasound), or breast tissue (by ... and their doses and costs will appear in Dr Timothy Rowe’s article in the November 2001 issue of the  BCMJ ). All estrogens are equally ...