Women's Heart Advisor April 2014 Issue

A New Way to Treat Osteoporosis and Menopausal Symptoms?

Newly approved drug Duavee gives women a new option to treat age-related health issues, but cardiovascular risks are still a concern.

Could there be a way to prevent osteoporosis and decrease hot flashes with one drug? The new drug Duavee claims to do both, yet like any medication—especially one containing conjugated estrogen—it provides both benefits and risks.

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