HRT Q&A - Dr Louise Newson and Ovarian Cancer Action UK

Published: 3rd September 2020

Dr Louise Newson recently teamed up with Ovarian Cancer Action UK to host an informative Q&A webinar. Together with OCA's Cancer Prevention Officer Jo Stanford, Dr Newson addressed important topics about menopause and ovarian cancer and discussed all aspects of HRT and inherited cancer risk. 

There has already been some great feedback from the participants who tuned in to watch, with one woman saying; "Both the host and the expert were excellent speakers and superb advocates for women's health. I can't think of any way the session could be improved."

Another viewer also spoke highly of the informative webinar, saying; "The session was fantastic. As someone with the BRCA2 mutation, I was refused HRT by my GP after my BSO (aged 48) but I now feel armed with the knowledge I need for my upcoming menopause clinic appointment."

Don't worry if you missed it, you can watch the full Q&A below:


Newson Health Menopause and Wellbeing Centre was founded by leading menopause specialist and GP, Dr Louise Newson, and officially opened in September 2018 by Liz Earle MBE. Created to help women receive the most appropriate, individualised treatment for their perimenopause and menopause, it has quickly become a centre of excellence, providing care to women of all ages, as well as running educational events for primary care clinicians.

Dr Newson is also the founder of the Menopause Doctor website, a free resource since 2017, providing the latest unbiased, evidence based information about the menopause and perimenopause for women as well as the most recent national and international menopause articles and guidelines for healthcare professionals. The website has been adopted by the Royal College of GPs (RCGP) as an official educational library aimed at patients and healthcare professionals wishing to learn more about the menopause.

Newson Health Research and Education is a not-for-profit organisation founded by Dr Newson, from which all profits gained from the organisation's activities, such as event sponsorship, delegate fees and speaker's fees, are invested back into the business.