Re-Exploding the Estrogen Myth
This issue of the Women’s Health Activist is full of great information that will help you make sense of what’s happening right now with respect to menopause hormone therapy (HT). If you want to learn even more about the history of physicians’ decades-long love affair with HT, there’s a book you’ve simply got to read — and it’s just been published in a new edition.
In The Greatest Experiment Ever Performed on Women: Exploding the Estrogen Myth, Barbara Seaman traces the history of estrogen use and misuse, and investigates the pharmaceutical manufacturers who spurned any negative findings on estrogen and insinuated their products into the lives of women, old and young. Barbara, an NWHN?co-founder, passed away in 2008, but her long-time publisher, Seven Stories Press, has done all of us a favor by making this book available again. The Greatest Experiment is now available in a new paperback edition and can be ordered from www.sevenstories.com, or other e-retailers.