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  International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) is pleased to announce that its journal Archives of Osteoporosis has been accepted for indexing by PubMed/MEDLINE. Read more
Advances in the treatment of children and adolescents with cancer have led to substantial improvements in survival, with a 5-year survival rate of childhood cancer close to 80%. Read more
Calcified Tissue International & Musculoskeletal Research (CTI) is a key asset in IOF’s mission to promote high quality research and innovation in the field. It is a leading forum for original research and insightful reviews in the field, with a steadily increasing impact factor thanks to the excellence of many recent papers. Read more
Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) is the treatment of choice for many patients with malignant and non-malignant hematological diseases, such as leukemia and multiple myeloma. The success of recent advances in such transplantation techniques and supportive care measures, has led to greater numbers of long-term HSCT survivors. Read more
Progress in Osteoporosis, IOF’s online review journal edited by Prof. Ego Seeman, is back online with an exciting new issue!The journal, which includes downloadable figures and a commentary option, helps readers keep abreast of new research by providing critical evaluation of the most important papers in the field of osteoporosis published in the preceding few months.  Read more
IOF’s influential journals portfolio offers a full-range of publication options for researchers worldwide: including Osteoporosis International, a leading publication for the latest clinical research, Calcified Tissue International, a forum of choice for basic and translational research, and Archives of Osteoporosis, an ideal online platform for regional research and guidelines. Read more
The new book offers “state-of-the-art” insightful reviews by many of IOF’s leading experts. Published by CRC Press, it provides comprehensive information about the key aspects of skeletal health and osteoporosis prevention throughout life – from bone development in the womb, to therapeutic approaches in old age. Read more
The contributions, many featuring superb illustrations, have been authored by the world’s leading experts in their respective areas of research. Guest editors, Professors Stuart H. Ralston and Georg Schett, stated: “As guest editors we are delighted to have been able to bring this special issue together which provides our readers with a state-of-the art update on this rapidly developing field.” Read more
These top cited Archives of Osteoporosis papers of 2016 reflect the journal’s growing reputation as a forum of choice for a broad range of clinical research, including papers with a focus on epidemiology, guidelines, and localized regional observations related to osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases. We invite you to read, share and cite these impactful papers – with free access until... Read more
osteoporosis international, scientific peer-reviewed journal
The Editors of Osteoporosis International are pleased to introduce a new initiative for the journal’s readership. Concise Clinical Reviews, published intermittently, will provide brief but informative updates on common issues of relevance to practicing physicians and clinical investigators. Read more


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