"Describing the development, spread, and shifting role of HRT in America from the early twentieth century to the present, Watkins explores how the interplay between science and society shaped the dissemination and reception of HRT and how the medicalization - and subsequent efforts toward the demedicalization - of menopause and aging affected the role of estrogen as a medical therapy.
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Published August 21, 2001
by Johns Hopkins University Press.
History, Professional & Technical, Science & Math, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences.