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There are no noticeable symptoms for osteoporosis, such as physical pain. This can mean that an event such as a fracture happens before the appropriate tests are conducted and a diagnosis is made. However, some people are fortunate to be diagnosed before a fracture.

In this 'Speaking From Experience' video clip, participants discuss the events that lead to their diagnosis.


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