Estrogen osteoporosis claims
FDA "will soon allow preparations containing conjugated estrogens to claim osteoporosis as an indication," Deputy Commissioner Norris announced Oct. 30. Speaking at an FDA-sponsored conference on osteoporosis at the National Institutes of Health, Norris said "it has been established that estrogen is effective in preventing post-menopausal bone loss." He added that FDA has not made a decision on whether progestogens should also be used in preventing osteoporosis.
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