Study: Many women can skip frequent bone scans

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She also noted that osteoporosis becomes a greater risk in the oldest patients, so a woman with a moderate risk who is 85 or older might be better off getting tested every three years instead of every five.

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Online:

New England Journal: http://www.nejm.org

Osteoporosis information: http://www.bones.nih.gov

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