Published in Women's Health Weekly, May 20th, 2000
The study suggests that a different form of estrogen should be prescribed to patients who are frequently in the company of children (Felner et al., "Prepubertal gynecomastia: Indirect exposure to estrogen cream," Pediatrics, 2000;105(4):E551-E553).
According to E.I. Felner and a colleague from the Endocrinology Center at the Children's Medical Center of Dallas, Texas, three prepubertal boys were referred to their department after presenting with gynecomastia. To assess the relationship...
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