Bones, luckily, change very slowly over time. Which is why it takes a long time to detect weaknesses that can increase your fracture risk by x-ray, and it can take very long to predict the success of treatments by this same technology. So we needed a better way, and we think we have found it. Looking at the research studies, we sometimes see only a bit or perhaps no improvement of our bone health by the DXA x-ray studies when administer medication to women with poor bone mass. But what we do see is a suppression of the substances in the urine that are secreted when the bone mass turns over.

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