January 8, 2013

Ties That Bind: Women’s Health, Heart Disease and Hormone Therapy

By Logan Lafferty

After studying estrogen’s effects on blood vessels in the lab for 20 years, Mayo Clinic physiologist Virginia Miller, Ph.D., will soon see her work help millions of women concerned about the effects of hormone therapy. Dr. Miller is part of the national network of experts leading the Kornos Early Estrogen Prevention Study, usually referred to as KEEPS.

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