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Study shows when people with cerebral palsy are most likely to break bones – Medical Xpress

Researchers at Michigan Medicine found a subset of middle-aged men with cerebral palsy are up to 5.6 times more likely to suffer…

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Researchers at Michigan Medicine found a subset of middle-aged men with cerebral palsy are up to 5.6 times more likely to suffer fractures than men without the disorder.
“We are not really sure why this happens,” said Edward A. Hurvitz, M.D., professor…

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