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BMS Council Consensus Statement on HRT

23 May 2013

British Menopause Society Council Consensus Statement on Hormone Replacement Therapy

Summary

The British Menopause Society Council aims to aid health professionals to inform and advise women about the menopause. This guidance refers to estrogen- based hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and tibolone, which is classified in the British National Formulary as HRT. Treatment choice should be based on up to date information and targeted to individual women's needs. HRT still offers the potential for benefit to outweigh harm, providing the appropriate regimen has been instigated in terms of dose, route and combination for a valid clinical indication.

23 May 2013

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