Iranian Journal of Public Health 2018. 47(8):1220-1221.

The High Prevalence of Osteoporosis as a Preventable Disease: The Need for Greater Attention to Prevention Programs in Iran
Amin DOOSTI-IRANI, Mahin GHAFARI, Zahra CHERAGHI

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