Common Clinical Conundrums in Osteoporosis
Sponsored by the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research
- Recognize the limitations of clinical practice guidelines and clinical trials for treatment of osteoporosis
- Describe the balance of expected benefits and potential risks with osteoporosis treatment
- Discuss with patients their concerns with non-pharmacological and pharmacological therapy for osteoporosis
- Individualize patient care decisions
E. Michael Lewiecki, M.D., FACP, FACE
University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Neil Binkley, M.D.
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Susan Greenspan, M.D.
University of Pittsburgh
Paul Miller, M.D., FACP
Colorado Center of Bone Research
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