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Spinal Fractures: What to Know

Osteoporosis specialist Dr. Ethel Siris on why a vertebra fracture is so significant.


Spinal Fractures: What to Know

Reviewed By: Michael Smith,

SOURCES: Ethel Siris, MDDir., Toni Stabile Osteoporosis CenterColumbia University Medical CenterPresident, National Osteoporosis FoundationDirector, National Osteoporosis Risk Assessment Study (NORA)

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