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ESE Daily News Alert - 14 May 2020

Breast cancer hormone therapy does not increase arthritis risk

According to a Swedish study, anti-hormonal breast cancer therapy does not increase rheumatoid arthritis risk in women, as previously suspected.

News Medical


Hormone therapy may reduce COVID-19 risk in women

Menopausal women receiving hormone replacement therapy may have a reduced risk of contracting and falling seriously ill from COVID-19.

Telegraph


New discoveries about hormones in the gut may offer new disease treatments

A study published in Cell provides insights into hormone producing cells in the human gut that may help develop potential new treatments for diseases such as obesity.

News Medical


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