Is Hormone Replacement Therapy for Me?
…What IS a girl to do these days?
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been used to treat menopausal symptoms and protect long-term health until large clinical trials showed greater health risks than benefits from HRT, particularly when given to older postmenopausal women.
Although HRT is no longer recommended for disease prevention, such as heart disease or memory loss, further review of clinical trials and new evidence shows that it may be a good choice for certain women, depending on their risk factors.
Straight Talk from Dr. Stephanie Coulter
Learn more about hormone replacement therapy
at the Center for Women's Heart and Vascular Health
The Texas Heart Institute Stem Cell Center in Houston, Texas is actively screening eligible participants for a clinical study for patients diagnosed with heart failure.
Many factors are considered before enrolling patients into a research study. To find enrollment information and answers to your questions please visit the Stem Cell Center.