HRT


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AcronymDefinition
HRTHormone Replacement Therapy
HRTHolden Racing Team (formed in 1990)
HRTHampton Roads Transit (public transportation system, Hampton Roads, VA, USA)
HRTHrvatska radiotelevizija (Croatian radio and television)
HRTHeart Rate Training (exercise)
HRTHostage Rescue Team
HRTHydraulic Retention Time
HRTHotel, Restaurant and Tourism (various organizations)
HRTHonda Racing Team
HRTHigh Resolution Technology
HRTHabit Reversal Training (psychotherapy)
HRTHeidelberg Retina Tomograph (glaucoma detection test)
HRTHolden Racing Team
HRTHealth Risk Assessment
HRTHard Real-Time
HRTHotel Room Tax (BC, Canada)
HRTHigh Rising Terminal (speech)
HRTHeart Rate Turbulence
HRTHarm Reduction Therapy (healthcare)
HRTHydraulic Rescue Tool
HRTHotel Royal Taipei (Taipei, Taiwan)
HRTHorizontal Return Tubular
HRTHost Routing Table
HRTHigh-Resolution Tracker
HRTHealth Records Technician
HRTHabitat Restoration Team
HRTHigh Risk Target (US Army)
HRTHigh-Resolution Telemetry
HRTHigher Rate of Tax (UK)
HRTHartwell Railway Company
HRTHybrid Railway Tie
HRTHuman Rights Trust
HRTHeart Related Trouble
HRTHydraulic Reservoir Temperature
HRTHealth-Related Tasks (curriculum)
HRTHighway Regulating Team
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She explains it was designed to test the effects of HRT on older women, yet the conclusions applied exaggerated risks to all women.
Dr Newson, who runs a menopause clinic at Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, near Birmingham, said: "One in eight women in the UK will still get breast cancer whatever they do while a staggering 50 per cent will die of heart disease - which HRT actually offers some protection from.
Women who use combined HRT for over 15 years are 3.
The data from WHI suggest that the risk versus benefits profile for short-term (three to four years maximum) use of estrogen-only HRT may be more positive for younger, healthier women.
The stable outlook reflects our expectation that HRT will maintain its extremely strong capital adequacy as a result of profitable operating performance and earnings retention over the next two years.
By 2001, about 5 million women were filling HRT prescriptions annually, in the belief it would allow them to lead a longer, healthier life.
Larsson asserted that HRT is also associated with a more efficient organisation of myonuclei - essential components for muscle fibre function.
In an interview with The Economist last year, CEO Marcio Rocha Mello said HRT believes that the Namibian offshore portfolio is analogous to the ones present in the Campos and Santos Basins which produces the majority of Brazil's crude oil.
17 HRT chief executive Marcio Mello told Reuters he was considering plans to build petrochemical plants and electricity generation facilities near HRT's fields in the Amazon.
Results from the Women's Health Initiative in 2002, showing that the use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) was associated with an increased risk of breast cancer, led to a rapid drop in HRT use.