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Contact: Claes Ohlsson
claes.ohlsson@medic.gu.se
University of Gothenburg

Claes Ohlsson, University of Gothenburg

Caption: "We can prove that women who have a large number of genetic variants associated with low bone density have up to a 56 percent higher risk of osteoporosis as compared with women who have a normal set-ups of the same genetic variants," comments Claes Ohlsson.

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