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New Form of Osteoporosis Drug Created To Improve Efficacy and Safety

News   Jan 07, 2021 | Original story from Purdue University

 
New Form of Osteoporosis Drug Created To Improve Efficacy and Safety

Elizabeth Topp, a Purdue professor of physical and industrial pharmacy, helped develop a stabilized form of human calcitonin, which is a peptide drug already used for people with osteoporosis. Credit: Chris Adam/Purdue University

 
 
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