VIDEO from International Osteoporosis Foundation available on thenewsmarket.com: IOF Organises 20th Training Course on Osteoporosis

November 17, 2010

NEW YORK, Nov. 17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — See video from International Osteoporosis Foundation at:


The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) announces the 20th IOF Advanced Training Course on Osteoporosis, which will present concise and clinically-focused overview of the latest knowledge on physiology, epidemiology, diagnosis and management of osteoporosis. Since 1991, thousands of health professionals from all over the world have received a comprehensive education on osteoporosis thanks to a two-and-half day course offered by IOF. The 20th IOF Advanced Training Course on Osteoporosis (February 1-3, 2011) — held in Geneva, Switzerland — will be restricted in size to allow for interaction with leading experts and key opinion leaders in the field. The course will also provide direct interaction between delegates and faculty members during special discussion and roundtable sessions. More information on the course and on-line registration is available at http://www.iofbonehealth.org/gtc2011.html. Available video includes an edited package and animation on osteoporosis, as well as still images.

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