I can be contacted using the following name and email address:
Dr. D. Ravenscroft


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My name is Dean and I am the admin/owner of the Osteoporosis Treatment Site. I used to work as a molecular biologist at Cornell University in the USA. Before my time there I did my PhD at the Max Planck Institute in Germany and theUEA, and my masters at York in the UK.

I have always had an interest in bones and calcium and this is one of the reasons why I started the Osteoporosis Treatment Advice website. On looking about the internet I noticed a need for a place where people can discuss their osteoporosis condition, and hence the birth of the Osteoporosis Advice Forums.

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