Nicholas Olea

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A study published in Toxicological Sciences (Ryan et al., 2009) illustrates the importance of examining appropriate doses of both the positive control and the test chemical in research on endocrine-disrupting chemicals. For the three low doses of bisphenol A (BPA) that were fed to rats during pregnancy and lactation, there were no effects on female(More)
The effect of antiresorptive therapy with nasal calcitonin (CT) in recently diagnosed hyperthyroid patients on conventional medical therapy as well as the evolution of bone metabolism were assessed. Forty-five patients with recent-onset hyperthyroidism (<12 weeks) were sex and menopause stratified and randomly allocated to treatment with carbimazole(More)
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