New genes for osteoporosis may help guide treatment

Wednesday, April 30, 2008 - 13:47 in Health & Medicine

LONDON (Reuters) - Researchers looking for genes that raise the risk of osteoporosis found seven different sequences associated with the bone-thinning disease, and one team found two that might predict the risk for 20 percent of people.

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