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20/01/1996 Prediction of bone density from vitamin D receptor alleles

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Bone density achieved in early adulthood is the major determinant of risk of osteoporotic fractures. Up to sixty percent of women suffer osteoporotic fractures as a result of low bone density (men are affected to a lesser degree). Bone density can be predicted from the vitamin D receptor gene variant carried by the patient.
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