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Hormone Replacement Therapy Litigation

 

Hormone replacement therapy, also known as HRT, was prescribed to women to treat the symptoms of menopause for years. Then in 2002, a comprehensive women’s health study was published.  The study connected HRT to increasing incidences of breast cancer.  Ringler Radio host Larry Cohen turns to Attorney Ted Meadows from the Beasley Allen Law Firm, for more details on hormone replacement therapy,  ongoing litigation and the various plaintiffs involved in these cases.

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  • DGG

    I just listened to your very interesting podcast with Ted Meadows. I am part of the HRT case as I got both endometrial cancer AND breast cancer after taking HRT for 11 years. It is taking forever to settle these claims. I think the drug companies are waiting for us to die so they won’t have to pay out so much money. I’m 73 now, and am wondering if I’ll even be able to enjoy any money I do receive from the case.

  • CS

    I took the HRT medication and got breast cancer, the surgeon had to cut out half of my chest
    muscle, and it was in 10 of the 15 lymph glands taken out. I had to have breast reconstruction
    and I have to take a cancer medication to keep the cancer from coming back, the medication has
    a lot of side effects, including hair loss!