Osteoporosis Australia aims to improve awareness about the disease
in the Australian community and reduce bone fractures.

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An article*, published in international scientific journal PLOS Biology, has created a database of100,000 top scientists, based on citations of research papers.    Dr Tuan V Nguyen, from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, utilised this data to extract a list of bone researchers.   On the list created of the top 47 most cited bone and osteoporosis researchers, 27% were Australian.    Osteoporosis Australia CEO Greg Lyubomirsky said “this is an impressive result and shows Australian bone researchers ha
An article*, published in international scientific journal PLOS Biology, has created a database of 100,000
Asian Conference highlights need for action
Asian Conference highlights need for action
Osteoporosis Australia received a Best World Osteoporosis Day Campaign award
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