Hormone Therapy: Biological, Social, and Medical Context.- Demythologized Human Decision-Making.- Autonomic Regulation, Heart, and Strokes.- Bad News-Good News: Cancers and Bone.- Brain, Mood, and Cognition.- Physicians' and Women's Responses to HT Findings: Implications for Continuous Learning and Self-Corrective Inquiry for Physicians.
The decision making process that underlies ovarian hormone therapy (HT) is fallible. Thus, the decision for women to go on HT remains controversial. At a time when confusion still permeates the decision making with regard to HT, this book bridges diverse features that surround the decision making concerning HT. The book is written for both specialists and generalists in the field.
Written for both specialists and generalists in the field
Bridges diverse features that surround the decision-making concerning hormone therapy