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How the US Government and The Media Conspired to Convince Women That Menopausal Hormone Therapy Was Dangerous

Professor James Simon, who works as a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Reproductive Endocrinology at George Washington University, recently gave a lecture explaining how medical journalism and the media have been misrepresenting HRT as dangerous, particularly since the WHI study was first publicised in 2002.

Published: 2nd July 2020

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Misrepresentation of HRT - Prof James Simon Lecture | Newson Health

Dr Sarah Ball talks HRT and Breast Cancer with Harley Street Emporium

Dr Sarah Ball, a GP with special interest in the menopause here at Newson Health, recently spoke to Harley Street Emporium to answer important questions about the menopause, HRT and breast cancer.

Published: 29th June 2020

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Dr Sarah Ball Talks HRT and Breast Cancer | Newson Health

Brain Health and Dementia - IG Live with Dr Lisa Mosconi

Dr Louise Newson is joined by Dr Lisa Mosconi, Neuroscientist and author of the bestselling book 'The XX Brain', in this Instagram Live session all about brain health and how women's brains age differently to men's, mainly due to a decline in oestrogen that happens during the menopause. Watch the full video here.

Published: 23rd June 2020

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Brain Health & Dementia - IG Live with Dr Lisa Mosconi | Newson Health

Rebranding HRT - Interview with Dr Sarah Ball

Dr Sarah Ball, a GP with special interest in the menopause here at Newson Health, recently joined the Harley Street Emporium for an informative Instagram Live all about the menopause and why it's so important that we change the way we think about HRT. 

Published: 19th June 2020

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Rebranding HRT - Dr Sarah Ball Interview | Newson Health

New Findings Recommend Oestrogen Therapy After Surgical Menopause

New findings, published by Yale University Professor Philip Sarrel, recommend oestrogen therapy after surgical menopause as a way to effectively control symptoms, as well as reducing the risk of future disease. In this article, Prof Sarrel also explores how HRT can reduce medical expenditure for women following a hysterectomy.

Published: 16th June 2020

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New Findings Recommend HRT After Surgical Menopause | Newson Health

Managing the Menopause After Ovarian Cancer

Dr Newson recently teamed up with Ovacome, the Ovarian Cancer Support Charity, to deliver a presentation on managing menopausal symptoms - especially for those who have had treatment for ovarian cancer.


Published: 11th June 2020

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Managing the Menopause After Ovarian Cancer | Newson Health

Dr Louise Newson takes part in the Longevity Leaders World Congress

Recently, Dr Newson has taken part in virtual panels as part of the Longevity Leaders World Congress, speaking about the taboo that still surrounds the menopause as well as topics such as sex, wellbeing and ageing well. 

Published: 1st June 2020

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Dr Newson joins Longevity Leaders World Congress | Newson Health

How to cope with early menopause

Certain types of treatment for gynaecological cancers may bring on symptoms of the menopause and it can happen quite suddenly. Dr Newson has written this article for Trekstock, young adult cancer support, sharing 10 ways to help overcome an early menopause.

Published: 28th May 2020

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How to cope with an early menopause | Menopause Doctor

Dr Louise Newson on ITV's Lorraine: Oestrogen and COVID-19

Dr Louise Newson chats to ITV's Lorraine Kelly about her exciting new research looking into the potential effects of oestrogen on COVID-19 - they also discuss Dr Newson's work educating women and GPs about the importance of evidence-based menopause care. 

Published: 21st May 2020

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Dr Newson on ITV's Lorraine Show: Oestrogen & COVID19 | Newson Health

Dr Louise Newson Joins Prof Tim Spector for Webinar on COVID-19

Recently, Dr Louise Newson took part in a webinar with professor Tim Spector, discussing hormonal therapies, COVID-19 and why men might be more affected than women.

Published: 18th May 2020

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Webinar: COVID-19 and Gender | Newson Health