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Which of the following agents used to treat osteoporosis may be associated with increased risk for serious infections of the skin, abdomen, urinary tract, or ear? *

A) Denosumab *
B) Raloxifene *
C) Teriparatide *
D) Alendronate
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Which of the following agents used to treat osteoporosis may be associated with increased risk for serious infections of the skin, abdomen, urinary tract, or ear? *

A) Denosumab *
B) Raloxifene *
C) Teriparatide *
D) Alendronate
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Same.. A seems most likely to reduce host defences..
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