Please refresh the page and retry. Each year around 1. But many shun hormone replacement therapy, because it has been linked with an increased risk of breast cancer and blood clots. The study published in The Lancet found that a new drug was able to reduec the number of women suffering seven or more hot flushes a day by as much as 73 per cent. The new drug compound called MLE, tested on women who suffered severe flushing, works by targeting receptors in the brain, blocking a chemical called neurokinin B NKB. Researchers said it could offer hope to women who were currently enduring misery, but avoiding HRT because it was unsuitable or nor preferred because of safety concerns.
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