Positive Aging: Osteoporosis

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Friday’s segment of Positive Aging, Dr. Kathy Maupin discussed medical breakthroughs in the treatment of Osteoporosis.

Currently the medical establishment is heralding a new way of delivering Teriparatide, a man-made form of a hormone called parathyroid to treat osteoporosis, via a microchip implanted under the skin - see citations below.

St. Louis physician Dr. Kathy Maupin has been implanting all natural bioidentical hormone pellets under the skin for over ten years. In both instances, the application delivers the needed dose of medicine on a daily basis without passing through the digestive system which expectedly impacts the efficacy of the treatment.

The irony is that an implemented microchip of a manufactured hormone is being sanctioned by the medical establishment yet the insertion of all-natural bioidentical hormones under the skin is not.

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