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Updated statement - Rob Berry
The National Osteoporosis Society has been profoundly touched and humbled by the donations that continue to be given in Rob’s memory and when the time is right, we hope to be able to work closely with Rob’s family to determine the best way we can use the funds raised. In the meantime, a statement has been released by Rob’s family through the Virgin London Marathon website which you can read here. Our thoughts and deepest sympathies remain with the family and we are continuing to respect their privacy at this sad and difficult time.
Experts gather in London for Vitamin D Conference
International experts in the field of vitamin D, inlcuding the National Osteoporosis Society's Medical Policy Manager Dr Claire Bowring, are gathering at the University of London this week for a three-day conference.
Entitled ‘Vitamin D and Human Health: From the Gamete to the Grave’, the conference aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the latest clinical evidence relating to the effects of vitamin D on human health throughout a person’s life. Read more
Osteoporosis can cause bones to break easily. The good news is that it can be treated.
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Every two minutes in the UK someone breaks a bone as a result of osteoporosis. Find out if you are at risk of fractures by visiting www.nos.org.uk/stopatone