IOF Capture the Fracture Partnership

IOF announces a great step forward for secondary fracture prevention

On June 16, 2020, the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) announced a partnership with Amgen and UCB, in collaboration with the University of Oxford, to support...

APFFA: Facilitating optimal fragility fracture management across Asia Pacific

Global & regional osteoporosis alliance stages third annual meeting   Members of the Asia Pacific Fragility Fracture Alliance (APFFA) Joint Steering Committee (JSC) congregated for...
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Secondary fracture prevention key to a healthy ageing population

Hip or vertebral fractures in people aged 65 years or over is diagnostic of osteoporosis in the absence of another metabolic bone disease, regardless of...

COVID-19 and fragility fractures

The spread of COVID-19 globally has resulted in unprecedented restrictions in the way we live and posed a significant threat to the health of the...
JK and Prof Chan- blog

Introducing APFFA’s Co-Chairs

In late 2018, APFFA member organisations signed a multiparty Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which confirmed Dato’ Dr. Joon-Kiong Lee and Professor Derrick Chan as Co-Chairs...

Introducing APFFA

Did you know that by 2050 it’s predicted between 4.5 to 6.3 million hip fractures will occur worldwide with half of them in Asia? The...
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