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Drake concludes: "Recognition of adult HPP is important, as the most commonly utilized medications for osteoporosis (anti-resorptive agents) could further impair skeletal mineralization and should be avoided in patients with HPP ."
LeBrasseur believes there are fundamental underpinnings to diseases such as sarcopenia - the age-related loss of muscle - and other conditions such as Alzheimer's disease or osteoporosis.
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