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Osteoporosis is a major public health issue with over 2 million Canadians suffering from osteoporosis currently. This number is expected to rise to 6.9 million.

Under the leadership of Dr. Angela M. Cheung, our clinic offers diagnostic and clinical services to osteoporosis patients and individuals with low bone mass (referral). Over 3000 patients pass through our clinic doors each year! We also run a dynamic research program led by expert physicians and investigators in the field.

Please click on our menu headings above to read and learn more about osteoporosis, the research we do here, and important tips to better care for your bone health!

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Dr. Aliya Khan, Dr. Heather Frame, Dr. Claudia Gagnon, Dr. Rowena Ridout, Dr. Lianne Tile and Dr. Sandra Kim Recommendations from Osteoporosis Canada Rapid Response Team Osteoporosis is a chronic condition which requires consistent pharmacologic intervention. There is currently no evidence that osteoporosis therapy increases the risk or the severity of COVID-19 infections. With the … Continue reading COVID-19 VACCINATION AND OSTEOPOROSIS DRUG THERAPY

COVID-19 Crisis Osteoporosis Management & Treatment Survey for Patients & Caregivers

In partnership with Osteoporosis Canada, we would like to hear from patients and caregivers about how COVID19 has changed their healthcare experiences and how patients are dealing with their osteoporosis during the pandemic. The survey is anonymous and will take approximately 15 minutes. Take the survey today https://bit.ly/3c5lSVh Thank you.

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