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After a year of following the Save Our Bones Program, I increased my bone density and now have a normal reading!”*

Melanie Haas, Buffalo, New York

Today my bone scan says in big bold writing 'NORMAL' I cannot begin to thank you for all the help and advice that you have given me over the last few years!”*

Lorraine Lockert

My bone density has increased by 16.4% and I’m absolutely thrilled”*

Pamela Ward, UK

*Individual results may vary

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Dr. Robert B. Salter, MD, World renowned Orthopedic Surgeon, professor, author, scientist.
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