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Comment from: Mike, 55-64 Male (Patient) Published: March 20

My collarbone broke in 4 places, and was fixed with plate and screws on October 1 2014. One fracture is still present and hardware still in place. Very light weight training began in March 2015. I can't wait for 100 percent healing and plate and screws to be removed.

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