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This is an interesting article. Not directly related to osteo, but I ran across it as I was searching about osteo and calcium.

It seems that almost always, high levels of calcium in the blood almost always means that hyperparathyroidism is present. This is largely undiagnosed and affects African Americans more than other races.

Here's a link to the complete article:

newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/ucla-s
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dy-finds-endocrine-disorder-243645.aspx


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