Bone health

Secondary fracture prevention programmes are clinically and cost effective: experts 

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The active identification, investigation and management of patients with minimal trauma fracture can significantly reduce long-term re-fracture risk and is a highly cost-effective intervention, an expert says. Speaking at a Fracture Liaison Service Forum hosted in Sydney by Amgen, endocrinologist and bone expert Professor Markus Seibel from the Concord Hospital in Sydney told delegates that ...

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