Sydney: People on anti-epileptic drugs are up to four times more likely to suffer spine, collar bone and ankle fractures than non-users of such drugs.John Wark, professor of medicine at the University of Melbourne, said his research revealed new information critical to understanding the higher risk for fractures in people taking anti-epileptic medication.
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