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Older women with healthy bones may not need frequent bone scans
Los Angeles Times
Medical experts say women, beginning in their mid-60s, should be screened for osteoporosis on a regular basis. The US Preventive Services Task Force recommends bone-density testing every two years. But that&#39;s just a guess. No one really knows how often ...
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