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Thursday, September 7, 2017

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Breakout Session #1: Beyond the Menopause: Other causes of Osteoporosis: What are they and when is it important to consider them?
9/7/20179/7/201710:00 AM11:15 AM
Breakout Session #1: Genetic Disorders of Bone and Mineral Metabolism
9/7/20179/7/201710:00 AM11:15 AM
Breakout Session #1: The Dynamic Interface between Neuroendocrine and Skeletal Axes:
9/7/20179/7/201710:00 AM11:15 AM
Breakout Session #1:Dysmobility Syndrome
9/7/20179/7/201710:00 AM11:15 AM
Breakout Session #2: Diseases of the Parathyroids: their pathogeneses and clinical presentations
9/7/20179/7/201711:15 AM12:30 PM
Breakout Session #2: Long-term Osteoporosis Therapy: What to Do After 5 years
9/7/20179/7/201711:15 AM12:30 PM
Breakout Session #2: The cells of bone: osteoblasts/osteoclasts/osteocytes
9/7/20179/7/201711:15 AM12:30 PM
Breakout Session #2: What is Wrong with the Bones of Patients in Renal Failure and What We Can Do About It?
9/7/20179/7/201711:15 AM12:30 PM
Breakout Session #3: Beyond the Menopause: Other causes of Osteoporosis: What are they and when is it important to consider them?
9/7/20179/7/20172:45 PM4:00 PM
Breakout Session #3: Genetic Disorders of Bone and Mineral Metabolism
9/7/20179/7/20172:45 PM4:00 PM
Breakout Session #3: The Dynamic Interface between Neuroendocrine and Skeletal Axes:
9/7/20179/7/20172:45 PM4:00 PM
Breakout Session #3:Dysmobility Syndrome
9/7/20179/7/20172:45 PM4:00 PM
Breakout Session #4: Diseases of the Parathyroids: their pathogeneses and clinical presentations
9/7/20179/7/20174:15 PM5:30 PM
Breakout Session #4: Long-term Osteoporosis Therapy: What to Do After 5 years
9/7/20179/7/20174:15 PM5:30 PM
Breakout Session #4: The cells of bone: osteoblasts/osteoclasts/osteocytes
9/7/20179/7/20174:15 PM5:30 PM
Breakout Session #4: What is Wrong with the Bones of Patients in Renal Failure and What We Can Do About It?
9/7/20179/7/20174:15 PM5:30 PM

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