Osteoporosis

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Osteoporosis is a disease in which bones lose calcium and other minerals. There are two forms: type 1, the most common, occurs in postmenopausal women or younger ones whose ovaries have been removed; type 2, or senile osteoporosis, develops in both men and women, usually after age 75.

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Nick11

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Apr 30, 2012
Osteoporosis is actually a very great problem. In fact, in the U.K, it is considered by the government a public threat. Now, the issue about osteoporosis drugs like Fosamax is not really helping.
http://www.fosamaxfemurfracturelawsuit.com/fe...
Marymar P

Lombard, IL

#3 Jul 25, 2012
This condition is now among the WHO's number of global pandemic diseases that it considers a top priority for combating. https://sites.google.com/site/fosamaxfemurfra...
Danika

Atlanta, GA

#5 Aug 24, 2012
Many women suffers from osteoporosis. And this is kind of an alarming issue. However, there are drugs available to treat such condition, like the fosamax. But lately, I heard a lot of issues regarding this drug. They say this could cause bone fractures and other side effects, I just read it from here http://www.fosamaxfemurfracturelawsuit.com
Ness

Phoenix, AZ

#6 Nov 29, 2012
Recently, lawsuits over Fosamax maker, Merck have been growing more and more. Fosamax was supposed to treat osteoporosis and other bone problems by increasing bone mass and density. However, it has been linked to a rare jawbone disorder, esophageal cancer, chronic irregular heart beat and unusual bone fractures. You may also refer at http://www.fosamaxinjurylawsuitcenter.com/fem... for more information.
Kenneth M

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Dec 27, 2012
Osteoporosis is a debilitating disease that causes thinning of the bones and making a person prone to fragility fractures. They can be treated with exercise, diet, and avoiding certain risk factors, such as, excessive coffee, smoking, alcohol, and soda consumption. For more information on this disease read more articles here. http://www.fosamaxclassaction.us/femur-fractu...

Since: Feb 10

Saint Louis, MO

#8 Dec 28, 2012
Marymar P wrote:
This condition is now among the WHO's number of global pandemic diseases that it considers a top priority for combating. https://sites.google.com/site/fosamaxfemurfra...
I knew that link would appear, and I knew it would be a new screen name. My guess is that TOPIX keeps blocking the old names, and the lawyer using our HELP forum to look for people to file lawsuits has to keep making up new names.

STRONG BONES CAN KEEP BREAST CANCER FROM SPREADING TO YOUR BONES.

That's something all women who have, or have had, or are at high risk of having, breast cancer, NEED TO KNOW.

These drugs can PREVENT CANCER SPREAD. It's not guaranteed, but it happens a lot.

PLEASE get advice about these drugs from your oncologist -- not from a lawyer who keeps hiding behind dozens of screen names to pretend there are lots of people "upset" about them. Save your life. Do whatever you have to do to keep your bones strong, including these drugs.

Since: Feb 10

Saint Louis, MO

#9 Dec 28, 2012
Marymar P wrote:
This condition is now among the WHO's number of global pandemic diseases that it considers a top priority for combating. https://sites.google.com/site/fosamaxfemurfra...
Nobody WANTS a broken bone. But would you rather die an UNNECESSARY slow death from bone cancer? These links pop up here all the time,*clearly* because a law firm is looking for you to fatten their wallets.

Since: Feb 10

Saint Louis, MO

#10 Dec 28, 2012
Danika wrote:
Many women suffers from osteoporosis. And this is kind of an alarming issue. However, there are drugs available to treat such condition, like the fosamax. But lately, I heard a lot of issues regarding this drug. They say this could cause bone fractures and other side effects, I just read it from here http://www.fosamaxfemurfracturelawsuit.com
Don't listen to what you "hear." Talk to your doctor.

Osteoporosis KILLS. This issue is much, much bigger than a broken bone, and *especially* if you have or have had -- or are at risk for -- breast cancer. And if you're female, you're at risk of breast cancer.

Since: Feb 10

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Dec 28, 2012
Ness wrote:
Recently, lawsuits over Fosamax maker, Merck have been growing more and more. Fosamax was supposed to treat osteoporosis and other bone problems by increasing bone mass and density. However, it has been linked to a rare jawbone disorder, esophageal cancer, chronic irregular heart beat and unusual bone fractures. You may also refer at http://www.fosamaxinjurylawsuitcenter.com/fem... for more information.
Or, you might want to get your advice from your DOCTOR instead of a lawfirm (and a cowardly one at that, that uses multiple screen names to hide behind) intent on making lots of money from your fear. Meanwhile your breasts cancer is very likely to spread *at a weak point in your bones.*

Get the facts, and don't get them from a biased, lawsuit profit-motivated website.

Since: Feb 10

Saint Louis, MO

#12 Dec 28, 2012
Kenneth M wrote:
Osteoporosis is a debilitating disease that causes thinning of the bones and making a person prone to fragility fractures. They can be treated with exercise, diet, and avoiding certain risk factors, such as, excessive coffee, smoking, alcohol, and soda consumption. For more information on this disease read more articles here. http://www.fosamaxclassaction.us/femur-fractu...
This is a LIE. Osteoporosis often CANNOT be managed that way, and if your bones develop even one small weak spot, that's where your breast cancer is likely to spread to.

Don't go to a lawsuit website for unbiased medical information. TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR. Ask him or her to explain ALL the research to you. It's just so immoral of this or these lawfirms to keep wallpapering breast cancer support areas with these scare tactics, but how else are they going to make money off your breast cancer?

Since: Feb 10

Saint Louis, MO

#13 Dec 28, 2012
Please notice that *i* am not afraid to use my real name, repeatedly. I don't make up a bunch of pseudonyms looking for ways to make money off of the people here.

Just sayin'.

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