Osteoporosis is a major healthcare problem leading to a high incidence of hip and spine fractures in the ageing population. In Australia, one in two women over 60 will suffer an osteoporotic fracture, with hip fractures being the most costly economically. Currently, medication is the only proven therapy for the prevention of osteoporotic fractures.
We are looking for women who are:
If you are five years post-menopause but younger than 60 years, please contact study investigators as you may still be eligible for the study.
You will personally benefit from your participation by receiving a series of free bone, muscle and fat scans, including a full interpretation of results, to an approximate value of $1000. You will also be provided with free estimate of your daily calcium consumption and your vitamin D status.
Visit the Griffith University website for more information.
Griffith University is currently seeking participants for two recently launched clinical trials. Meningococcal vaccine Recurring Vulvovaginal Candadiasis (thrush) Please click on the links above for additional information, including eligibility, what’s involved and how you can apply.
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