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The name Malibu implies a lovely place that is warm and sunny, but Malibu the mare is not from such a place. 489 more words
By JANE ALLIN
A recent article in Health-TODAY.com – “Angelina Jolie’s ‘bio-identical’ therapy raises hormone questions” – challenges the safety of ‘bio-identical’ hormones versus conventional therapies including those of the Premarin family that contain conjugated equine estrogens (CEEs). 1,688 more words
Before I show you what I found in a People’s Pharmacy article, I must ask: Aren’t there plenty of lubricants that women of any age can use? 463 more words
by JANE ALLIN
While it may seem that reports on the operations of Pfizer and their misguided, yet continued, use of conjugated equine estrogens to counteract the effects of menopause and osteoporosis has little to do with the plight of the horses at the center of this industry, this is furthest from the truth. 1,732 more words
by JANE ALLIN
Science has given us medical miracles and technology is light years ahead of what existed when the FDA approved Wyeth’s patent for Premarin, formulated from the urine of pregnant mares, in 1942. 791 more words
Combating horse cruelty is a full-time job.
However, there is an issue that has a challenge not often faced.
This issue is the mares used and byproducts foals cast off to make the Premarin family of drugs, which now includes Duavee in North America and Duavive in Europe. 659 more words