Cincinnati--Participants are now being sought by researchers at the
University of Cincinnati Bone Health and Osteoporosis Center to assess
the safety and effectiveness of a new drug on bone health. "Clinical
trials such as this one may provide hope for many post-menopausal women
who fear the debilitating effects of bone loss that often occurs after
menopause," said Nelson Watts, MD. Dr. Watts is a UC professor and
director of the UC Bone Health and Osteoporosis Center.
clinical trial, which will study a new agent given by injection every
three or six months will investigate the effectiveness of this new
medication on preserving bone health. All bone scans and medications
are free for qualified participants.
For more information about the post-menopausal osteoporosis study, call (513) 475-7415. All inquiries are confidential.