Compared with the control group, those individuals who received one or both interventions showed an overall decrease in the levels of menopausal symptoms, furthermore to reporting an increase in sexuality and an improvement in physical functioning. These results were still obvious after six months. ‘To our knowledge, this is actually the first study to investigate the efficacy of these two interventions particularly in women who’ve experienced severe, treatment-induced menopause,’ Dr. Marc van Beurden from HOLLAND Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, HOLLAND, will say. ‘This is an essential issue for the quality of life of youthful breast cancer patients.Is there any good news?Astonishingly, I’m not a pessimist, and I do see some regions of possibility once and for all news in ’09 2009. The first, most visible chance for change involves a fresh administration in the White House. But as I’ve said before, those that believe Barack Obama will magically sweep away the problems are kidding themselves: Obama could be from a different political party, but he’s still something of a corrupt political tradition that inevitably appeases the companies while betraying the People.