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Are breast calcifications related to decreased bone density or skeletal integrity?

By Anonymous May 19, 2009 - 8:42pm
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Does breast calcification indicate bone-related deficiencies, such as calcium depletion, osteoporosis, etc? Are large-framed or large-boned women less prone to bone deficiency problems? Are they less likely or more likely to experience breast(or other) calcification? While we're on the subject, hee-hee: Do alcoholic women have more trouble (even after quitting)with enzyme processing than non-alcoholic (not just non-drinking)women? Does gender matter for any of this?

Well, you had no comments, so I sort of made up for it!


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