What were the results of the women's health initiative study?

Difficult question . Was a biased study with avg age of 63 and lots of smokers and heart disease. No surprise there were more cardiovascular events in the first year! evened out in second year. Study was stopped too early( pushed by the drug co. That sell drugs for osteoporosis , one of main benefits of hrt) to really know if there is any increased breast cancer risk at all. Everything reads.
Big question. 4 different randomized interventions - see http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/women's_health_initiative. One major result is that hormone replacement therapy (hrt) is not routinely recommended. Hrt use had decreased which may be related to a decrease in breast cancer. Other substudies are ongoing...