Helping women thrive through osteoporosis

About 200 million women worldwide suffer from osteoporosis1

Worldwide, 1 in 3 women over the age of 50 will suffer from at least one osteoporotic fracture.1

Sadly, many women with postmenopausal osteoporosis go through life undiagnosed and untreated. This is due to a lack of knowledge and lack of dialogue with their healthcare professionals, and limited access to diagnosis and treatment before their first fracture.2

About a third of post-menopausal women are having to live with osteoporosis3

Like many post-menopausal women, Stephanie had no idea she had the condition until she broke her arm and was recommended to have a bone scan by her healthcare professional. After her initial surprise at diagnosis, she decided to seek treatment and now carries on doing the things she loves.

“Growing old is a part of life. If I take care of myself, my body takes care of me”


Through our portfolio of medicines that help women like Stephanie live with osteoporosis, we further our commitment to helping women through every health stage.

References: 1. International Osteoporosis Foundation. Facts and Statistics. Available at: (accessed October 2018). 2. International Osteoporosis Foundation (2000) How fragile is her future?. 3. Bijelic R, et al. Med Arch. 2017; 7(1): 25–28.