Worked with her University of Minnesota colleagues Beth Virnig.

This study was conducted with grants from the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the University of Minnesota Cancer Center Lead researcher Nancy Baxter. Worked with her University of Minnesota colleagues Beth Virnig, Elizabeth Habermann, and Sara Durham, and Joel Tepper, at the University of North Carolina, to carry out this study.

These women were 65 years and older, 90s with pelvic malignancies between 1986 to 1999. The researchers aim was to determine whether with pelvic pain who undergo pelvic radiation therapy for pelvic malignancies including cervical cancer and rectal cancer, a higher rate of pelvic fracture than women with pelvic pain malignancies that do not receive radiotherapy. ‘We found that women who underwent radiation therapy for anal cancer is a three times higher rate of fractures had,’says Baxter. ‘Women who had radiation therapy for rectal and cervical cancer nearly twice the rate of bone fractures. – ‘We also found that the 554 women who have pelvic fractures, or just over 90 % developed, were hip fractures,’she adds..Ability to communicate and of for the medicine – A Brand New Outlook.

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