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participation in the activities of ccmbm (visiting professorship series, annual scientific symposium, workshops, etc) listing on the ccmbm membership web page, subscription to ccmbm newsletter and other digital updates, and addition to e-mail distribution list; access to ccmbm listserv for seeking guidance and/or collaborative opportunities
ccmbm.com - Clinical Cases in mineral and bone metabolism
the journal encourages the submission of case reports and clinical vignettes that provide new and exciting insights into the pathophysiology and characteristics of disorders related to skeletal function and mineral metabolism and/or highlight pratical diagnostic and /or therapeutic considerations
this 2-day course features an expert faculty that will discuss the epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of osteoporosis. discount for ccmbm p30 members. email lucy wu at [email protected] for more information. hosted by department of epidemiology and biostatistics
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e-mail: [email protected] summary calcinosis cutis is a late and an unresolved complica-tion of juvenile dermatomyositis. it sometimes causes signiﬁcant debility with severe pain, joint contracture, skin ulcers. there are several reports that bisphospho-nates therapy may affect calcinosis cutis. however long-
the goal of the ccmbm is to stimulate and support transdisciplinary collaborations to accelerate translational research in the musculoskeletal field. a unique strength is the linkage formed between scientists who study disease biology, researchers who analyze vast archives of clinical data, and clinicians who have active clinical practices.
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