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Camoscope - Issue No. 9 | 2005-05-01

It has been a busy and exciting year. In the spring of 2004, CaMos was granted government funds to continue the study for another 6 years.
This allows us to complete the year 10 follow up of all our participants in 2005-2007.
Collecting this data will help establish the proportion of Canadian men and women who have osteoporosis in different regions of the country and find factors that may predict where new fractures are likely to occur.
It has also allowed us to recruit a youth group aged 16-24 years, to help find out the average age that a person�s bone mass reaches its peak and to collect some physical and nutritional data about this age group.

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CaMos issue NO. 18 October 2016 | 2016-10-24 | 2016-10-24

Twenty years ago, close to 10,000 coura-geous and committed participants enrolled in CaMos, and in doing so, dedicated themselves to advancing our understan-ding of osteoporosis. Over this period, the...

Download the full article here CaMos issue NO.17 April 2015 | 2015-04-17

We are now celebrating the 20th anniversary of the beginning of CaMos and are especially thankful for all participants who have kept with this study over this period. CaMos has truly been an exception...

Download the full article here CaMos issue NO.16 MARCH 2014 | 2014-04-01

Because of your commitment, the Year 16 follow-up, which ended at the beginning of 2014, has been an unqualified success. We are currently continuing with the yearly postal questionnaire for all CaMos...

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