Research Unlocks Bone Building Breakthrough

Researchers could barely believe their eyes: a drug that could make the hard-to-heal broken bones of elderly patients recover like they were decades younger. "I've never seen a medication do this before," said professor J. Edward Puzas of the University of Rochester School of Medicine, who was involved in the clinical trial. "It is a way to turn back the clock for fracture healing." Forteo, a drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration seven years ago to treat osteoporosis that...Full Story
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