Every year worldwide, there are 9 million bone breaks that are no accident but sign of osteoporosis.  Join us as raise awareness about bone health, early diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis.

There are many ways to get involved:

Please show your support for the need to better prevent, diagnose, and treat osteoporosis.  By sharing information about bone health, the importance of nutrition, exercise and maintaining goo done health throughout life and fracture preventon.

Promote the Campaign with Patients and Caregivers

If you are a health professional, display a campaign poster in your office or medical center and share the campaign postcards with patients, their caregivers and those at risk.

If you are a patient or caregiver, ask your doctor’s office or medical center to display a campaign poster and help promote the campaign with patients and other healthcare professionals using the campaign postcard.

Share your Story with Local Media to Promote the Campaign.

Local newspapers as well as local editions of major newspapers are a great place to start. These publications are often read by community members and leaders because they report on local news and activities and local journalists are predisposed to running stories of local residents and activities.

Help spread the word

Campaign Kit

Distribute this postcard to patients with low bone density as a reminder of the connection between bone breaks and osteoporosis.  It directs them to visit www.nos.org.uk or www.iofbonehealth.org to learn more about osteoporosis and to get involved with the campaign.

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Osteoporosis Poster

This health care professional office poster can be used to help raise patient and health care professional awareness of osteoporosis and encourage them to get involved with the 9Million2Many campaign.

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Healthcare Professional Fact Sheet

This fact sheet, intended for health care professionals, can be used to raise awareness about the connection between bone breaks and osteoporosis.  It directs them to visit www.iofbonehealth.org to learn more about osteoporosis and to get involved with the campaign.

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