• Recent fracture ‘addressable risk factor' for new fracture

    1 month ago - By Healio

    Women who experience a first fragility fracture are at significant risk for experiencing subsequent fractures, particularly in the 2 years after the fracture, according to findings published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research.
    “Fragility fractures are known to result in major burdens for patients, medical systems and society,” Cesar Libanati, MD, head of medical strategy, bone, at UCB Pharma, told Healio. “This study provides evidence that any such fracture, and particularly clinical vertebral fractures, can additionally result in a clear and elevated risk of
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