Hormone Treatments May Be Dire After Menopause

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Women have long known that hormonal treatments for women after menopause could increase the risk of breast cancer. A new study being released today sheds more light on the consequences. The study says that hormones can cause the cancer to be more advanced and deadly.

Denise Grady, science reporter for The New York Times, joins us to explain more about the study's revelations.