Secondary Logo

Journal Logo

Personal Perspectives

  • Updated:   6/29/2020
  • Contains:  34 items
Last Updated: 5/28/2020

Oophorectomy: the debate between ovarian conservation and elective oophorectomy

Erekson, Elisabeth A.; Martin, Deanna K.; Ratner, Elena S.

Menopause: The Journal of The North American Menopause Society. 20(1):110-114, January 2013.

Different mechanisms for benefit and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke in early postmenopausal women: a hypothetical explanation

Lobo, Rogerio A.; Clarkson, Tom B.

Menopause. 18(2):237-240, February 2011.

Ovarian dysfunction and the premenopausal origins of coronary heart disease

Kaplan, Jay R.; Manuck, Stephen B.

Menopause. 15(4):768-776, July-August 2008.

Postmenopausal hormone therapy and the risk of breast cancer: a contrary thought

Speroff, Leon

Menopause. 15(2):393-400, March-April 2008.

NIH and WHI-time for a mea culpa and steps beyond*

Utian, Wulf H.

Menopause. 14(6):1056-1059, November-December 2007.

The origin of breast cancer

Wren, Barry G.

Menopause. 14(6):1060-1068, November-December 2007.

Postmenopausal hormone therapy: new questions and the case for new clinical trials

Manson, JoAnn E; Bassuk, Shari S; Harman, S Mitchell; More

Menopause. 13(1):139-147, January-February 2006.

Low-dose estrogen therapy for prevention of osteoporosis: working our way back to monotherapy

Richman, Susan; Edusa, Valentine; Fadiel, Ahmed; More

Menopause. 13(1):148-155, January-February 2006.

Does osteopenia warrant treatment?

Simon, James A

Menopause. 12(5):639-648, September-October 2005.

Percutaneous administration of progesterone: blood levels and endometrial protection

Stanczyk, Frank Z.; Paulson, Richard J.; Roy, Subir

Menopause. 12(2):232-237, March-April 2005.

The case for less-than-monthly progestogen in women on HT: is transvaginal ultrasound the key?

Goldstein, Steven R.

Menopause. 12(1):110-113, January-February 2005.