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Summit of osteoporosis experts from CIS countries issue 5-point call for action
Date:1/9/2013

ople at high risk of fractures;

  • Provide government funding for widespread education and prevention programmes on bone health for the general public.

    Speaking on behalf of IOF, CEO Judy Stenmark supported the CIS Summit call for action. "As representatives of osteoporosis medical and patient societies, the delegates of the CIS Summit on Osteoporosis have seen at first hand the devastating effect of osteoporotic fractures on the senior populations of their countries. IOF strongly supports their Appeal and asks that health authorities take concerted action to combat osteoporosis and thereby reduce the unnecessary loss of life and costly long-term disability."


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  • Contact: L. Misteli
    info@iofbonehealth.org
    41-229-940-100
    International Osteoporosis Foundation
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