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[Comment] More DATA to guide sequential osteoporosis therapy

Osteoporosis represents a major threat to mobility and autonomy of the elderly population, both at individual and socioeconomic levels. Osteoporotic fractures frequently result from falls or low-impact trauma and can affect the spine, hips, and long bones. In elderly patients, these fractures cause substantial morbidity and mortality.1 Several therapies have been approved for the treatment of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women, who as a result of oestrogen deficiency experience substantial bone loss after menopause.

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