One-third of hormone users at menopause take unapproved, untested compounded drugs

One-third of US women who take hormones at menopause are using compounded hormones, shows a new national survey. These women commonly — and mistakenly — think these hormones are safer and offer more benefits than FDA-approved therapies. But the four reports of endometrial cancer among the women who took compounded hormones point to how risky they may be. —> Read More