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ERT

ERT

abbr.
estrogen replacement therapy

ERT

abbreviation for external radiation therapy.

ERT

Abbreviation for:
emergency room thoracotomy
endogenous reverse transcription
enzyme replacement therapy 
esophageal radionuclide transit
estrogen replacement treatment
external (beam) radiotherapy

ERT

Abbreviation for estrogen replacement therapy.

Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT)

A treatment in which estrogen is used therapeutically during menopause to alleviate certain symptoms such as hot flashes. ERT has also been shown to reduce the risk of osteoporosis and heart disease in women.
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Pharma companies, Biotechs, and CROs have relied on ERT solutions in 9,500+ studies spanning three m patients to date.
We are delighted that our collaboration has generated its inaugural commercial order," commented Lee Clayton, Managing Director, ERT.
Arguing that ERT ate up 300 million euros ($406 million) annually, conservative Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has repeatedly refused to reinstate it in its previous form.
Buy a book, video, take a class at your local community centre or hire a personal trainer for a couple of sessions to learn ERT movements properly (see resources below).
An overlooked ERT kit is one of those small details that always seem to be forgotten until we actually need it.
ERT was not linked with changes on tests of other cognitive domains examining attention, verbal and visual memory, she said.
Still, because ovarian cancer remains rare, the increased risk of the disease in ERT users would translate into only a small increase in the number of ovarian cancer cases.
An ERT is an excellent asset when used appropriately.
With the new ERT meters, Public Service Company has achieved a remarkable monthly read success rate of 99.
Background A history of breast cancer is considered a contraindication for ERT, on the assumption that this treatment promotes carcinoma of the breast and may therefore hasten recurrences and metastases.
One of the beneficial effects of ERT has been attributed to known estrogen effects on lowering LDL-cholesterol (LDL-C) and increasing HDL-cholesterol (HDL-C) concentrations (6).
ERT is a relatively new charity with quite modest funds.