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    ASBMR Issues Statement in Response to Controversial Articles on the Treatment of Osteoporosis

    Date: June 24, 2015

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    Two recent articles in the British Medical Journal and the Journal of Internal Medicine purporting that the current “dominant approach to hip fracture prevention is neither viable as a public health strategy nor cost effective” and “the main ways to prevent these fractures have not changed in nearly 25 years: stop smoking, be active and eat well” recently garnered much attention in the bone community.  The ASBMR has issued a statement in response. The statement has been submitted to each journal as a letter to the editor and is also posted on the ASBMR website. A response from the authors has been posted here. ASBMR members are encouraged to respond.