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According to the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research: *

A) Numerous large studies show increased risk for cardiovascular events associated with calcium and vitamin D supplementation *

B) Calcium supplements should be taken by all patients >65 yr of age, regardless of dietary calcium intake *

C) Most recent osteoporosis treatment studies suggest adequate vitamin D required for efficacy of antifracture therapy *

D) Calcium supplements recommended only for patients with T score <-1.5
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According to the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research: *

A) Numerous large studies show increased risk for cardiovascular events associated with calcium and vitamin D supplementation *

B) Calcium supplements should be taken by all patients >65 yr of age, regardless of dietary calcium intake *

C) Most recent osteoporosis treatment studies suggest adequate vitamin D required for efficacy of antifracture therapy *

D) Calcium supplements recommended only for patients with T score <-1.5

these r for learning

or this is a MCQ with 4 options ????
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these r for learning

or this is a MCQ with 4 options ????
i thought the same

ans must be B but i m GUESSING !
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According to the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research: *

A) Numerous large studies show increased risk for cardiovascular events associated with calcium and vitamin D supplementation *

B) Calcium supplements should be taken by all patients >65 yr of age, regardless of dietary calcium intake *

C) Most recent osteoporosis treatment studies suggest adequate vitamin D required for efficacy of antifracture therapy *

D) Calcium supplements recommended only for patients with T score <-1.5

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