Osteoporosis-related fractures in China expected to double by 2035

8 abril 2015

The results of the first study using a health economics model to project osteoporosis-related fractures and costs for the Chinese population, shows that the country’s healthcare system will face a dramatic rise in costs over the next few decades. The study forecasts that the incidence and costs of osteoporotic fractures in China will double by 2035, with costs rising to approximately USD 25.58 billion by 2050.