Royal Osteoporosis Society

’The Royal Osteoporosis Society (previously the National Osteoporosis Society) is the only UK-wide organisation dedicated to finding a cure for osteoporosis and improving the lives of everyone affected by it.

Alongside the launch of the new name, the Royal Osteoporosis Society launched an Osteoporosis and Bone Research Academy, becoming the first bone health charity to collaborate with leading researchers, clinicians, academics and – most importantly – those living with osteoporosis, to advance global scientific knowledge and work towards a cure for the condition.

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall became President of the Royal Osteoporosis Society in October 2001 in recognition of her tireless work for osteoporosis and her support of the charity, after her mother died as a result of osteoporosis.’

Other celebrity patrons of the Society include Sean Bean, Mary Berry, Craig Revel Horwood,Deborah Bull CBE, Wendy Craig, Trudie Goodwin, Susan Hampshire OBE, Nerys Hughes, Ross Kemp, Maggie Philbin, Dr Miriam Stoppard, Lizzie Webb, Barbara Windsor and Lynn Faulds Wood


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