Estrogen Use and the Risk for Blood Clots and Strokes Among Transgender Women
Many transgender women pursue medical transition with hormone therapy to help align their bodies with their female gender identity. Findings from a PCORI-funded study, which showed increased cardiovascular risks from estrogen use in transgender women, may help transgender women and their clinicians plan for ongoing health care.
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Posted: February 11, 2020
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