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This report, published in November 2003, was launched in November 2003 at the European Parliament in Brussels by the European Union Osteoporosis Consultation Panel. Read more
This review report published in February 2005 summarizes the state of osteoporosis in Europe as reported by members of the European Union Osteoporosis Consultation Panel Meeting Read more
The 'Report on Osteoporosis in the European Community. Action for Prevention', published in June 1998, is a landmark publication which catalyzed action on osteoporosis throughout Europe. Read more
This 2004 publication primarily reports on the major press event organized at the European Parliament in Brussels on No Read more
Highlights of the 4th meeting of the European Union Osteoporosis Consultation Panel, hosted by the Read more
The European Parliament (EP) Osteoporosis Interest Group is an informal, all-party group of MEPs dedicated to improving national and European policies to prevent osteoporosis and related fractures. Read more
In the European Union (EU), someone has an osteoporotic fracture every 30 seconds [1]. Read more
The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) website lists osteoporosis guidelines from around the world. Inclusion of national or regional guidelines in this listing does not imply endorsement.  Please note that the listing may not be up to date, and there may be multiple guidelines from any one country or region.  Read more
This landmark regional audit report, the first of its kind for the region was published in December 2010. It is the first publication to consolidate information on the status of osteoporosis in the region, covering 21 countries. A preliminary report, comprising key findings and the reports for several countries (including the Russian Federation) was presented in St. Petersburg, Russia on... Read more
The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) has urged all 27 EU countries to continue to seek government recognition and action to overcome the growing burden that osteoporosis places on health systems throughout Europe, as work continues on the second report to measure the status of osteoporosis management across member states. Read more

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