Suppressing protein alleviates radiation-induced bone loss in animal model

New research may hold a clue to curtailing the feared side effect of cancer patients receiving radiation therapy being at high risk of losing bone density and suffering from broken bones within the radiation field during their lifetimes. Suppressing a bone specific protein via its neutralizing antibody alleviates radiation-induced bone loss in an animal model.

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