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Genes Leave Some Kids Prone to Weakness in Wrist Bones

Published on in CHOP News

CHOP researchers have discovered gene locations affecting bone strength in wrist bones, the most common site for fractures in children. Children who have those genetic variants may be at higher-than-average risk of wrist fractures, and could especially benefit from activities and diets that promote bone strength.

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