BISPHOSPHONATES (FOSAMAX) CAUSE LEG FRACTURES
Date: April 17th, 2010
Summary: When cancer metastasizes (moves from the original site to other areas of the body) and spreads to the bone, most cancer patients are prescribed bisphosphonates. Bisphosphonates are supposed to strengthen the bones and prevent breakage, but it turns out that the opposite is true; they actually kill bone cells, weaken bones, cause thigh fractures, and rot a person's jaw bone. They also cause serious leg pain.
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