The China Study by Thomas Campbell

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Chapter 8

  1. Estrogen present in its free, unbound form.

  2. Estrogen activity is due to more than one analogue, but usually refers to estradiol. I will use the
    general term "estrogen" to include all steroid and related female hormones whose effects paral-
    lel estradiol activity. A small amount of testosterone in women also shows the same effect.

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