Content Development Policy

Statement on Industry Relationships

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Content Development Policy

All Network materials, including the content on this site, are reviewed by experts in the field of endocrinology to ensure the most balanced, accurate, and relevant information available. When possible, all Network programs are evidence-based and peer-reviewed.

The Network regularly reviews and updates its website content and publications to ensure that they are up to date with the latest in clinical practice and scientific knowledge. Although we enlist the top experts in the field, the Network cannot guarantee the absolute accuracy of its materials and, therefore, is not liable for any errors or omissions. The information on this site and Network publications do not replace the advice of a trained healthcare provider.

Objectivity Policy

The Hormone Health Network does not endorse specific commercial products that may appear on this site or are sold by its corporate sponsors. When providing information about treatment options, the Network uses generic names and provides all available options, including the risks and benefits associated with each.

If any of the Network’s experts has a relationship with a corporate program sponsor, that relationship is declared in writing by the expert.

The Hormone Health Network and its content developers are not responsible for any losses or damages that result from the use of the information contained on this site.