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Osteoporosis


Maintaining bone density


Osteoporosis
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Healthy bones continuously break down and rebuild at the cellular level. As you age your bones break down faster. For women, this is especially true after menopause. When bone rebuilding can't keep pace with breakdown, bones deteriorate and become weaker. This eventually leads to osteoporosis.

Osteoporosis treatments aim to slow or stop this process, allowing you to maintain and strengthen your bones, decreasing your risk of fracture.



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