Drug Therapy Reduces Future Fracture Risk

Osteoporosis drugs are reducing fracture risk by 40 percent in some studies.

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A new study shows that anti-resorptive therapy (drugs that prevent bone resorption or bone breakdown), including bisphosphonates, denosumab and others, can decrease the risk of subsequent fractures by 40 percent.

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