Overall, women in the unilateral oophorectomy cohort were about 1 year younger at menopause (mean, 49.6 years; 95% confidence interval [CI], 49.2-50.0) than women without unilateral oophorectomy (mean, 50.7 years; CI, 50.6-50.8).
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