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Drop in hormone therapy use linked with drop in mammogram rates


, : Drop in hormone therapy use linked with drop in mammogram rates.

A new analysis has found that a decline in hormone therapy (HT) use among women aged 5 to 64 years is linked with lower mammogram rates among these women. Published early online in Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the study suggests that when women stop seeing their doctor for HT prescriptions, physicians do not have the opportunity to remind them that their mammograms are due.

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