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Osteoporosis drug may reduce knee damage from osteoarthritis

Knee damage caused by osteoarthritis can be reduced by osteoporosis drugs. These drugs decrease bone loss and bone marrow malformations.

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About: Osteoporosis drug may reduce knee damage from osteoarthritis

Date: 4 November 2004

Source: Reuters - Health


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