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A recent study has stirred fears again about the safety of hormone replacement therapy. How well-founded are those fears? Ob/gyn and epidemiologist Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su shares her thoughts on HRT.

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Have you taken genneve's Menopause Assessment yet? You'll be more informed on where you are in the journey and what you can do about your symptoms. And you can help us understand menopause better.

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Talk to menopausal women, and it won’t belong before someone brings up hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and “bioidentical” or “natural” hormones vs “traditional” or “synthetic” hormones. Which is truly best?

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"This is what preventative healthcare is. This is me taking control of my health." Why take a genetic test to assess your cancer risk? Because knowledge is power.

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If you're in or approaching menopause, this podcast and the book Estrogen Matters can help you better understand HRT, its true risks, and the very real benefits it can offer.

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genneve is partnering with organizations dedicated to breast cancer prevention and survivor quality of life. Read more on how we're connecting women to the best resources to make decisions about their health.

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If hot flashes are disrupting your life, it may be time to talk with your doctor about hormone replacement therapy. In this article, our doc takes us through HRT facts we need to know.

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It's OK to be concerned about the safety of HRT. Our health is not a quick decision. What we do know is that there is no one-size-fits-all for women’s health in midlife. Read more from genneve CEO Jill Angelo.

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Is there a link between long-term HRT use and Alzheimer's disease risk? A recent Finnish study has raised new questions about the safety of HRT. If you're concerned, our ob/gyn Director of Health offers some clarity about the study.

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Creams, pills, gels, rings, patches, pellets – what's the best way to take hormone replacement therapy (HRT)? Because women's bodies, needs, and lifestyles and different, there are lots of options. Find the right system for you.

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