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Call to Action Issued to Address Ongoing Osteoporosis Treatment Crisis

Call to Action Issued to Address Ongoing Osteoporosis Treatment Crisis

Kenneth Saag, MD, president of the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), co-chair of the National Bone Health Alliance, and Rheumatology Advisor advisory board member, reports on the recent changes that have led to the current state of osteoporosis treatment in the US.

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Osteoporosis Tx Romosozumab Continues License Application

Osteoporosis Tx Romosozumab Continues License Application

The FDA has published a Complete Response Letter in reply to the BLA for romosozumab.

Review Addresses Optimal Care of Type 2 Diabetes and Osteoporosis

Review Addresses Optimal Care of Type 2 Diabetes and Osteoporosis

Scientific evidence should be considered in optimal management of coexisting T2D and osteoporosis.

Lower Risk for Hip Fracture With Alendronate Use Among Older Patients

Lower Risk for Hip Fracture With Alendronate Use Among Older Patients

Alendronate treatment was associated with a significantly lower risk for hip fracture among older patients.

Outcomes of High-dose Vitamin D on Non-Vertebral Fractures and Falls

Outcomes of High-dose Vitamin D on Non-Vertebral Fractures and Falls

Colecalciferol did not show a reduce risk for fracture or falls in middle age patients taking a monthly dose.

FDA Approves Abaloparatide for Fragility Fracture in Postmenopausal Osteoporosis

FDA Approves Abaloparatide for Fragility Fracture in Postmenopausal Osteoporosis

Approval was based on the results of the ACTIVE and ACTIVExtension trials.

Osteoporosis More Likely in Multiple Sclerosis

Osteoporosis More Likely in Multiple Sclerosis

Osteoporosis was more prevalent in patients with MS compared with matched controls.

Bone Mineral Density Changes Related to Adrenal Incidentalomas in Menopause

Bone Mineral Density Changes Related to Adrenal Incidentalomas in Menopause

Bone mineral density was statistically different from baseline after 24 months.

HIV-Induced Osteoporosis Detected Via Bone Ultrasonography

HIV-Induced Osteoporosis Detected Via Bone Ultrasonography

Bone ultrasonography was able to detect tenofovir-induced bone loss in patients with HIV.

Prolonged Hypocalcemia Induced by Denosumab: A Case Study

Prolonged Hypocalcemia Induced by Denosumab: A Case Study

Case study of an 83-year-old male patient who developed severe hypocalcemia induced by denosumab.

Cadmium Exposure Through Diet Increases Risk of Osteoporosis

Cadmium Exposure Through Diet Increases Risk of Osteoporosis

This study shows that populations exposed to more cadmium in their diet were at a disproportionately increased risk of developing osteoporosis.

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