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Chemotherapy may induce osteoporosis

A woman started to develop bone soreness after 8 months of chemotherapy for colon cancer. Doctors suspect the chemotherapy may have caused the osteoporosis.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Washington Times

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About: Chemotherapy may induce osteoporosis

Date: 19 October 2004

Source: The Washington Times

Author: Jen Waters


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