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Shared Decision-Making Counseling Clarifies Treatment Options for Menopausal Women

Key clinical point: Shared decision-making counseling may add value to care of menopausal women.

Major finding: 72% of participants were able to express a clear treatment preference after counseling.

Study details: A decision-making intervention and survey of 36 patients.

Disclosures: This study was funded by an educational grant from Pfizer, Inc. and by the National Cancer Institute. Dr. Dayaratna reported having no disclosures.


Dayaratna S et al. ACOG 2019: Abstract 21M.