A new study suggests large amounts of vitamin C might be beneficial to women in lieu of taking Fosamax to combat the effects of postmenopausal bone loss…. Read more
Fosamax Femur Fracture Lawsuits Information Center
Fosamax, made and sold by pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co., is prescribed for post-menopausal women and men with osteoporosis, Fosamax works by reducing bone degeneration, a process referred to as “resorption.”
Since 2000, the U.S. FDA has known about Fosamax’s tendency to cause osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ), a painful, disfiguring bone disease. More recently, research has shown that Fosamax is linked to sudden, unusual bone fractures, particularly in the femur.
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Fosamax is the most popular osteoporosis drug on the market, but recent studies have uncovered a defect in the medication.
Given the potential risk of femur fractures, if you’ve suffered a bone break after taking Fosamax, you at least have a claim worth exploring.
No one can say how much you might be owed if you were injured by Fosamax—but you’ll likely get nothing at all if you don’t sue.
Merck, the manufacturer of Fosamax, has revealed the results of phase II testing of its new osteoporosis drug meant to treat post-menopausal women. … Read more
A recent Singaporean study has determined that Fosamax might not be an appropriate treatment for osteoporosis brought on by other serious medical conditions…. Read more