Published in Hospital Business Week, April 8th, 2007
Study 1: Research findings, "No associations between OPG gene polymorphisms or serum levels and measures of osteoporosis in elderly Australian women," are discussed in a new report. According to recent research from Oslo, Norway, "Bone mass is the single most important risk factor for osteoporotic fractures in the elderly and is mainly influenced by genetic factors accounting for 40-75% of the inter-individual variation. Critical for the bone remodeling process is the balance between the newly discovered members of the tumor necrosis factor ligand and receptor...
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