ACS study shows cancer survivors at higher risk for bone fractures

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A large study by researchers at the American Cancer Society demonstrated that adult cancer survivors, particularly those diagnosed within five years and/or those who have a history of chemotherapy, have an increased risk for bone fractures, specifically pelvic and vertebral fractures, compared to older adults without cancer. 

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