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View FileProblems of secondary osteoporosis.
Postmenopausal women have a large number of contributing factors for the development of osteoporosis, including genetics, age, ethnic origin, and body weight. All of these factors can result in secondary osteoporosis, and a multifactorial etiology is most likely the cause of most osteoporotic fractures. The diagnosis of secondary osteoporosis is difficult, particularly since the most common factors associated with osteoporosis (e.g., use of corticosteroids, smoking, and alcohol intake) are themselves negative predictors of bone mineral density. Estrogens have been the mainstay of medical therapy for more than a decade, and postmenopausal women are a major population at risk. Because there is no pathophysiological explanation for estrogen deficiency in terms of bone loss, the rationale for initiating estrogen therapy has been based on its possible beneficial effects on risk factors for osteoporosis. Recent clinical studies have shown that early use of estrogen reduces the risk of hip and vertebral fractures, and that this reduction is maximal at three years. Estrogen therapy, however, does not have a direct anabolic effect on bone, and the benefit of early treatment may be partially attributable to the favorable effects of estrogen on several cardiovascular risk factors, including lipids and vascular reactivity. A combination of estrogens and progestins appears to be superior to estrogen alone, perhaps because of the suppressive effect of progestins on estrogen-induced hypertriglyceridemia. However, the combination of estrogen and progestin may have an increased risk of endometrial cancer and venous thromboembolism.A subset of human CD8+ T cells proliferate in response to A2-restricted epitopes expressed in the context of HLA-A*0201 and HLA-DRw6.
Human CD8+ T cells recognize peptides presented by MHC class I molecules. Recent studies have demonstrated that it is not uncommon for A2-restricted CD8+ T cells to recognize epitopes that are presented by MHC class II molecules. Our laboratory has previously demonstrated that A2-restricted CD8+ T cells recognize HLA-A*0201-restricted epitopes in HIV-1 that are presented in the context of HLA-DRw6. In the current study, we show that a subset of human CD8+ T cells can proliferate in response to A2-restricted epitopes expressed in the

 

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