Hormonal therapies


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NAME

Hormonal therapies

DESCRIPTION

Hormonal therapies use hormones or hormone antagonists in medical treatment. For example, hormone replacement therapy can be used to alleviate the symptoms of the menopause and growth hormone is given to people with growth hormone deficiency.

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