Fracture incidence and changes in quality of life in women with an inadequate clinical outcome from osteoporosis therapy: the Observational Study of Severe Osteoporosis (OSSO)

@article{Cooper2007FractureIA,
  title={Fracture incidence and changes in quality of life in women with an inadequate clinical outcome from osteoporosis therapy: the Observational Study of Severe Osteoporosis (OSSO)},
  author={Cyrus Cooper and Franz Jakob and Christopher D Chinn and Emilio Mart{\'i}n-Mola and Patrice Fardellone and Silvano Adami and Nikos C Thalassinos and JA Melo-Gomes and David Torgerson and A. Gibson and Fernando Azor{\'i}n Mar{\'i}n},
  journal={Osteoporosis International},
  year={2007},
  volume={19},
  pages={493-501}
}
In this observational study of women with an inadequate clinical outcome to osteoporosis therapy, those with a fracture at baseline were more likely to sustain an incident fracture and have a worse health-related quality of life than those without prior fracture. The Observational Study of Severe Osteoporosis (OSSO) was designed to assess the fracture… CONTINUE READING