Definition of hormonal
hormonallyplay \hȯr-ˈmō-nəl-ē\ adverb
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Most women in both groups received radiation, and those with hormone-sensitive breast cancer started on hormonal medications.
Yearwood said his daughter will begin consultations in June about hormonal treatment.
Their hormonal precursors---the ITP/CHH's---had more divergent origins, popping up around 410 million years ago in spiders and 250 million years ago in centipedes.
This may be due to anatomical and hormonal differences, Covassin said, but further study is needed to understand why women are at greater risk of concussions and take longer to recover from them.
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hormonally\-əl-ē\play adverb hormonally active
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