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Locus on Chromosome 2 Linked to Clinical Vertebral Fractures

11:24 EST 4 Dec 2017 | Medscape

A novel locus on chromosome 2 is associated with clinical vertebral fractures independently of bone density, according to results from a genome-wide association study (GWAS).
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