A Safe and Ensured Prevention of Osteoporosis in Women After Menopause

It is well known that the rate of absorption of calcium from bones into blood plasma increases after menopause due to the accompanied decrease in the rate of endogenous secretion of estrogen from ovaries. It is also well known that excessive exogenous supply of estrogen augments the risk-rate of carcinogenesis.


Kimihiko Okazaki

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