What is says, and more importantly, what it doesn't
Thank you so much for addressing this. The study link was pretty dense and I knew you would help make sense of all that for us. I so appreciate having a sensible approach to both menopause treatment and brain health that doesn’t rely on sensationalism. Yay science!
I appreciate all of your articles so much. There is so much misinformation about MHT out there -- it's hard to know what to believe and who to trust. This is kind of off topic, but if you're on MHT for the long haul, for bone density reasons, not for brain health reasons, is your general advice to try to taper down after menopause transition is fully over... as in .05 estrogen patch to .025, to eventually get to the lowest .014 (I think that's the lowest) to still get some bone health benefits but lower the risk of breast cancer? Is .014 considered safe to be on for life?
Nice one 👍💕
Any thoughts on Dr. Mosconi’s work?