Cancer Survivors Have Higher Risk for Bone Fractures Later in Life

Cancer survivors were more likely to have a frailty-related bone fracture vs. people with no cancer history. Among 92,431 individuals, researchers found a significantly increased risk for frailty-related fractures one to five years after a diagnosis of local-, regional-, or distant-stage cancer.

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