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Where's evidence for menopause stance?

Dr Ellen Grant (Letters, February 16) states that 'menopausal symptoms signal nutritional deficiencies and adverse reactions to food and chemicals, often caused by previous use of hormones, smoking or alcohol'. Perhaps she'd be kind enough to supply references to the research that has shown this connection?

Dr Amanda Lindsay

Leeds

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