Published in Blood Weekly, October 27th, 1997
In a study published in the October 15, 1997 issue of the American Journal of Cardiology, the researchers showed that conjugated estrogens, which contain a variety of estrogen compounds, increased blood flow to the heart by nearly a third in men with coronary artery disease. The finding contradicts prior studies showing that 17(beta)-estradiol, another form of estrogen, improved coronary blood flow in women only.
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