Way back in December 2012, I posted Bone Density, Osteopenia, Osteoporosis, and Fractures: Part 1. I never got around to posting Part 2 because I was hoping that some more relevant information would come forward. It hasn’t. Nevertheless, I am posting Part 2 now, even if it doesn’t add a lot of new information to the discussion, because I think it is an important topic. It is important because low bone density is a problem for many individuals with MECP2 Duplication syndrome, this problem often remains hidden until it manifests in fractures or other serious problems, and it is basically irreversible.
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