Spain: Osteoporosis fractures set to treble over next 50 years
This article was originally published in Clinica
The incidence of osteoporosis-related fractures is set to treble in Spain over the next 50 years, an expert said at the 11th national congress of AEEM, the country's leading menopause research association, and the menopause division of SEGO, the national society for gynaecology and obstetrics. The meeting is currently underway in Malaga (1-4 June 2010).
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