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New Target for Eliminating Bone Breakdown In Osteoporosis Identified

3 days ago   |   By Medindia Health

A new cell type that governs the way bones form and maintain themselves, opening up a potential target for future therapies for bone disorders like osteoporosis has been discovered.
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Potential cellular target for eliminating bone breakdown in osteoporosis found

Potential cellular target for eliminating bone breakdown in osteoporosis found

3 days ago   |   By ScienceDaily

By disabling a function of a set of cells in mice, researchers appear to have halted the process that breaks down bone, a potential boon for osteoporosis treatment.
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