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the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

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Hormone replacement therapy involves the replacement of the hormones in the body whose levels have become low, in case of women nearing menopause or patient with growth hormone deficiency due to conditions such as dwarfism.
The company said LPCN 1021 is an oral testosterone product candidate for testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) in adult males for conditions associated with a deficiency or absence of endogenous testosterone (hypogonadism).
Researchers found that hormone replacement therapy increases the risk for only two of the most common types of ovarian cancer --serous and endometrioid ovarian cancers.
The study has shown that only 14 percent of the patients who smoked had problems with wound healing if they had nicotine replacement therapy at least four weeks before surgery, compared to 28 percent of the patients who did not have nicotine replacement therapy.
Seven placebo-controlled, randomised controlled trials were included (4 used nicotine replacement therapy gum, 2 nicotine replacement therapy inhaler, and 1 free choice of therapy).
The rest of the studies showed that nicotine replacement therapy is significantly more effective than placebo or no nicotine replacement in smoking cessation.
Litigation Report: Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is designed to help attorneys stay current with litigation developments involving the range of HRT drugs, including Prempro, Premarin, Premelle, Progestin and related drugs.
These hormones are termed "bio-identical" or "natural" when used in replacement therapy.
Hormone replacement therapy in perimenopausal women with a triphasic contraceptive compound: a three-year prospective study.
The use of testosterone replacement therapy by men continues to increase despite a lack of long-term data on safety and efficacy, a committee of the Institute of Medicine concluded.
Like early hormone replacement therapy for women, the bimonthly testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for men has unknown long-range health effects.
Many women choose to use hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to relieve some of the symptoms of menopause like hot flushes (also called hot flashes).
A new study suggests that postmenopausal women who took combination estrogen-progestin hormone replacement therapy experienced a modest increase in breast density - a known risk factor for breast cancer.
In contrast, women who have used hormone replacement therapy are at significantly increased risk of ovarian cancer (odds ratio, 1.