Osteoporosis: When there are holes in my bones

The difference between healthy and osteoporotic spongy bone. — Photos: Dr LEE TZE YAN

“I never feel back pain or knee pain. I can move around freely. I do not think there is anything wrong with my bones.”

This is a common response whenever mass bone health screening is conducted for those living in the Klang Valley.

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