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"Inflamm-aging" Results in Loss of Bone-healing Ability in the Elderly

News   Mar 19, 2019 | Original story from NYU Langone Health

 
"Inflamm-aging" Results in Loss of Bone-healing Ability in the Elderly

Bone near a fracture with marrow full of red blood cells at the bottom, healthy bone on top of that, in tan, new bone in green, and cartilage in the upper layer, in dark blue. Image credit: NYU Langone

 
 
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