Medical research finally figured out what BioBalance and Dr Maupin have been saying for 10 years!
Please read this Time Health & Family article based on a study from Yale describing realizations of the medical research committee.
This study tested the validity of the NIH Government 2002 study called the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI). Women were taken off HRT by their doctors because of this one study. The new realization of the medical community is that since 2002, over 50,000 women in the US have died because doctors denied them estrogen replacement based on this erroneous governmental study. Not only is estradiol replacement NOT dangerous, it is lifesaving, and with-holding it has caused over 50,000 deaths!
We have always been aware that estradiol prevents more than symptoms of menopause, including heart disease, osteoporosis, dementia, stroke, depression; not to mention improvement in quality of life. The with holding of the replacement has also caused women to endure painful intercourse, night sweats hot flashes, fuzzy thinking, poor sleep and other symptoms that impair a quality life.
The moral to this story: if one new study reaches an conclusion counter to over 2,500 studies which are in agreement with one another, be very, very cautions before embracing the new results. That should serve as a read flag that there was something wrong with the study!
Don’t believe everything you read! This should be a good reminder to both physicians and their patients. Physicians should actually read the study, and then ignore the results when prescribing. Patients should also read the study and the critiques. Now the article is suggesting that over 50,000 women may have died because of the rush to deny hormone replacement therapy, all driven by this one flawed study.
It is confirmed that ERT and HRT are life saving! The safest form of these treatments is very important, and non-oral bioidentical forms of replacement hormones are the safest and most effective for curing all the symptoms that come with menopause and testosterone deficiency.
For a detailed discussion of the NIH WHI study of 2002, watch this episode of the BioBalance Healthcast.