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Fracture liaison service reduces risk of fragility fractures in older adults

Studies have shown that anyone age 50 or older who suffers a fragility fracture – a bone break sustained in a fall from a standing height or less – is two to five times more likely to experience a second fracture than someone who hasn’t had one. The odds that a person who’s suffered two such fractures will have a third are even higher.

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Fracture liaison service reduces risk of fragility fractures in older adults

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