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Chronic Steroid Use and Bone Loss

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Did you know chronic steroid use may lead to bone loss?


Many conditions require patients to control their symptoms with oral steroids. The chronic use of these steroids may reduce bone density leading to osteoporosis. Steroids can also increase the risk of vertebral fractures. However, certain medications are effective in preventing and treating steroid-induced osteoporosis!


Doctors and researchers are seeking significant advancements in treating the potential risks of chronic steroid use. Their efforts include clinical studies designed to investigate how subjects take medicines for osteoporosis over a period of one year.


Call toll-free 1-800-431-8910 today to learn more!


By participating in a clinical research study, you may help yourself and help physicians learn how they can best help patients follow their osteoporosis medication. If you qualify, you'll be under the supervision of a local physician, and will receive health assessments and an approved osteoporosis medication - at no charge. You may also receive reimbursement for your travel expenses.


If you are interested in managing the risk of reduced bone density and fractures due to oral steroid use and you are between the age of 30 and 85, call toll-free 1-800-431-8910 today. Experienced professionals are standing by Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) to confidentially answer your questions.





Christopher A. Haines, MD

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