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Continuous hormonal replacement therapy with transdermal estrogen for females or human chorionic gonadotrophin for males help to improve bone density parameters (3,9,13,16).
Data recorded were age, hormonal replacement therapy, prior breast surgery, indications for mammography and outcomes.
George Murray was born in Newcastle in 1865 and is credited with the first successful hormonal replacement therapy.
Millions of women take progesterone derivatives in contraceptives and for hormonal replacement therapy.
Some studies claim that hormonal replacement therapy (HRT) can improve or cure incontinence; others state that although HRT might seem logical, estrogen actually does little to curb the condition.