CHRT

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CHRTCanadian Human Rights Tribunal
CHRTChert (lithological term)
CHRTCombined Hormone Replacement Therapy
CHRTConsolidated Human Resource Technology
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Effects of tibolone and continuous combined hormone replacement therapy on bleeding rates, quality of life and tolerability in postmenopausal women.
Combined hormone replacement therapy is not indicated for women who have no symptoms.
Women who had used only combined hormone replacement therapy did not have a significantly higher risk of ovarian cancer than women who had never used replacement hormones; however, only 18 such women developed ovarian cancer, so the analysis was limited.
Nearly everyone has heard the surprising news that the health risks of combined hormone replacement therapy may outweigh its benefits.
Women who take combined hormone replacement therapy after menopause increase their risk of breast cancer, stroke and heart disease, U.S.
Continuous combined hormone replacement therapy and endometrial hyperplasia.
When the women's age, the year of diagnosis and the number of mammograms before diagnosis were taken into account, current use of combined hormone replacement therapy was associated with significantly elevated odds of breast cancer (odds ratio, 1.5); current use of oral estrogen only and past use of hormone therapy were not.
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