Ovarian cancer, a study done in 1996. By Emory University in the USA, it was a 7 or 8 year study following over 240,000 women almost a quarter million women for over 7 years just to collect 400 women who have fatal ovarian cancer. Fortunately it is very rare but it's very bad cancer. They wanted to have 400, they thought it would help get some statistically significant results. They wanted to see what was different about the people who die from fatal ovarian cancer. What was different was that they were all on unopposed estrogen. Isn't that interesting, wow! Unopposed estrogen again. That means no progesterone balancing it. That constant estrogen stimulation not only creates breast cancer, not only creates and is the only known cause of cancer of the uterus, but now is the cause of at least 75% or more of fatal ovarian cancer. Just by adding a little progesterone these other things don't occur.
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