National Osteoporosis Society

Registered Charity Number: 1102712, SC039755

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Osteoporosis causes bones to become so porous that they can break very easily. It can lead to painful and debilitating fractures, height loss and severe curvature of the spine. Osteoporosis affects almost 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men over 50 in the UK. The National Osteoporosis Society (NOS) is the only national charity dedicated to improving the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. A Legacy gift to the National Osteoporosis Society will help us in the UK to: support people with osteoporosis and their families through our national telephone helpline staffed by specialist osteoporosis nurses (which received over 15,000 calls for help last year). We also provide detailed information booklets, and a network of over 118 regional support groups. fund vital research into causes, prevention and treatment of osteoporosis work with healthcare professionals to facilitate greater understanding of the needs of people with osteoporosis lobby on issues affecting people with osteoporosis including improved treatment options and patient care raise awareness of osteoporosis within the general public and promote better bone health. Osteoporosis can happen to anyone, but it is not an inevitable part of ageing. Every single donation helps us to carry on the fight against osteoporosis and make this a disease of the past. Thank you.

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National Osteoporosis Society Manor Farm, Skinners Hill
Bath And North East Somerset


Phone: 01761 473261

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December 2015 December 2014
Total Income £4,801,457 £4,921,634
Total Expenditure £4,030,574 £4,045,917

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