In January of 2010, the Center on Longevity hosted a conference on the “Window of Opportunity” for the use of estrogen hormone therapy and its potential connection to protection from dementia risk. The results of that conference have now been captured in a special issue of the journal Brain Research. Dr. Teresa Milner, Professor of Neuroscience at Weill Cornell Medical College, volunteered to be the Guest Editor for this issue after her participation in the conference. Milner commented that “The Window of Opportunity Conference changed my opinion and convinced me that we, basic and clinical scientists together, need to find better answers about the potential benefits and risks of estrogen therapy.” The conference was hosted by Center on Longevity Faculty Affiliates Dr. Natalie Rasgon and Dr. Victor Henderson, along with Dr. Roberta Brinton from USC.
Read full article: Window of Opportunity: Menopause, Estrogens and the Brain
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Window of Opportunity of Estrogen Therapy for Neuroprotection Workshop