Sangeeta Pati MD FACOG
President & Medical Director of RejuvenAge
Medical Center, Faculty I.W. Lane College Integrative Medicine and Diplomat
of American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and American Board of
Sangeeta Pati, M.D. has practiced obstetrics-gynecology
in the Washington, D.C., area for 14 years before opening an integrative,
alternative and conventional medical center in Orlando, FL. She graduated
at the top of her medical class at the University of Maryland School
of Medicine, Baltimore, and served a residency at Georgetown University
School of Medicine, Washington, D.C. She has practiced in the USA and
internationally serving as the Medical Director for a 350 employee international
organization, Engenderhealth. She has authored numerous evidence-based
reviews and articles.
Bio-identical Hormones: The
As more women are prescribed bio-identical
hormones, there is a need to address the criticism that there is not
enough good data to support their use. Therefore in addition to understanding
the risks of synthetic hormones;
We need to understand the data that specifically
supports the safety and efficacy of bio-identical hormones.
In this presentation, we will present a
critical analysis of the available published data on bio-identical hormone
replacement. Topics will include the effects of bio-identical hormones
on the brain, bone, heart, skin, breast and uterus.
Available data will be presented on bio-identical
hormones and protection against osteoporosis, cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s,
stroke and heart disease. Also to be covered are the risks of bio-identical
hormones causing breast cancer, colon cancer, pulmonary embolism, stroke
and heart attack. Attendees will gain evidence-based knowledge on the
use of bio-identical hormones in women.
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