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Low bone mineral density (osteopenia) indicates that some bones are less dense than is normal. Having low bone mineral density doesn’t necessarily mean that you will develop osteoporosis or have a fracture.

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Bay Area Reporter
27 September 2019

Bone Loss and Fracture Risk in Patients With HIV: What We Know So Far

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Infectious Disease Advisor
11 September 2017

Bone loss and recovery in MSM aged 13-24 using PrEP for a year

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HIV i-Base
19 September 2016

HIV-infected young males have higher rates of bone loss than females

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Eurekalert Medicine & Health
11 March 2016

TAF and TDF Compared for Kidney, Bone Toxicity in Black HIV+ Patients

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Monthly Prescribing Reference
12 October 2015

CROI 2014: Researchers discuss HIV, aging, and frailty

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HIVandHepatitis.com
8 April 2014

Primary care key to management of patients with HIV infection

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Eurekalert Inf Dis
14 November 2013