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Repeat Bone Mineral Density Tests Did Not Predict Future Fracture Risk

The JAMA Report

As we age, bones become less dense, increasing the risk of hip and other bone fractures. Testing bone mineral density is one way physicians assess a patient’s fracture risk. A new study examined whether repeating this test helps predict future fracture risk. Catherine Dolf has more in this week’s JAMA Report.