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Once Is Enough: A Guide to Preventing Future Fractures

Bones & JointsSo, you've broken a bone. Only those who have experienced a fracture can truly understand how painful and debilitating it can be. Recovering from the fracture should be your first priority. However, you and your doctor will also want to determine whether this fracture is a symptom of an underlying disorder, osteoporosis, that puts you at greater risk for future fractures. If you are over age 50, there is a very good chance your fracture is related to osteoporosis. This fact sheet will help you better understand the relationship between fracture and osteoporosis, so you can take ...

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