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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.

Both HIV and Tenofovir Tied to Skeletal Deficits in Young People

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Medscape (requires free registration)
8 July 2021

HIV Associated With Increased Bone Fracture Risk

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Medscape (requires free registration)
23 June 2020

Unsure whether I'll join Gilead lawsuit

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Bay Area Reporter
27 September 2019