Preventing bone fractures, breaks in older adults

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For older adults, one break often leads to another.

Last fall, Wake Forest Baptist became one of the first academic medical centers in the country to establish a formal Fracture Liaison Service program.

Dr. Anne Lake, the coordinator of Fracture Liaison Service at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, joined FOX8 to talk about the program.

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