Estriol

ESTRIOL: Its Weakness is Its Strength

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The article offers information about estriol, one of the principle estrogens produced by the body. It is considered to have a little importance due to its weak estrogenic activity compared with e...

Bioidentical Hormones, Estriol, and the FDA

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The article discusses a ruling by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on the dispensation of a bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) drug as hormone replacements. BHRT is a cust...

Estriol, DES, DDT, etc

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A review of the of use estrogens reported in JAMA (only up to 1987) found nearly 200 different "indications" for its use. (Palmlund, 1996.) Using the conservative language of that journal, such use could be said to constitute wildly irresponsible "empirical" medical practice. More appropriate language could be used.

US Congress Seeks to Reverse FDA's Blockade on Estriol

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The article reports on the attempt of the Congress to rule against the action of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to block the sale of Estriol in the U.S. The FDA demanded that pharmacies s...

Estriol, DES, etc

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A review of the use of estrogens reported in J.A.M.A. (only up to 1987) found nearly 200 different "indications for its use. (Palmlund, 1996.) Using the conservative language of that journal, such use could be said to constitute wildly irresponsible "empirical" medical practice. More appropriate language could be used.

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