Managing Osteoporosis: Has Clinical S...

Managing Osteoporosis: Has Clinical Science Adequately Translated into Daily Treatment?

There are 6 comments on the Customer Interaction Solutions story from May 27, 2012, titled Managing Osteoporosis: Has Clinical Science Adequately Translated into Daily Treatment?. In it, Customer Interaction Solutions reports that:

Women and men are not receiving effective diagnostic testing and treatments of osteoporosis, a life threatening condition affecting millions of Americans, according to an expert today at the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists 21st Annual Meeting & Clinical Congress in Philadelphia.

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Erika Rivers

West Chicago, IL

#1 Jun 8, 2012
This is a good kind of discussion. It will help many people consider many different things about having this kind of bone disease. http://fosamaxfracturelawsuit.blogspot.com/
Dylan M

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Jul 6, 2012
Regular clinicians should do their best to properly diagnose and treat osteoporosis before necessarily referring patients to specialists because integration of patient care tends to reinforce and standardize care at all levels as well as cut cost and hassle for patients. http://fosamax-side-effects.blogspot.com/
Andy

New York, NY

#3 Aug 10, 2012
There are many aspects that may affect the improvement of a patient's health and condition. Proper diagnosis and appropriate treatment are some of these aspects that play a crucial role in the treatment of a patient's disease. In addition, adverse effects from medications may also be impending for those who may not be suspecting. http://www.fosamax-lawsuit.net may have relevant information involving the adverse effects of Fosamax, and the legal actions taken by many patients.
Kimberly

Malvern, AR

#4 Sep 7, 2012
There are a lot of available drugs out there for treating bone diseases. But there is a few of them having issues of their effectiveness and side effects. Such as the drug called Fosamax, there are patients claiming they are suffering atypical fractures. See it here: http://www.fosamaxfemurfracturelawsuit.com
RoxanaN

Bacau, Romania

#5 Sep 19, 2012
interesting, I'm from Romania and we prescribe Fosamax especially for its effectiveness on hip fracture. It's important to consider the femure fracture but I trust that we should do more studies to prove the direct relation between Fosamax and this kind of fracture.
Vergil H

Idaho Falls, ID

#6 Oct 20, 2012
Osteoporosis is a very debilitating disease that affects men and women alike. Information on managing it is essential to people's health. To read more about osteoporosis, read this: http://www.fosamaxclassaction.us

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