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    bettydavisiz posted:
    I have been reading the many lengthy studies done on Fosamax and recommend that EVERYBODY check in and read the canadian studies and the canadian warnings on Fosamax .
    There are thousands of law suits on this drug and for this person bone baby to say the drug is safe is insane. You must all educate yourselves on the many dangers of fosamax and all the other Bisphosphonate drugs they are deadly ! Merck I believe is the co. putting out these dangerous drugs and they are causing women to break femur bones loose jaw bone lose teeth and so many other bad side effects. I read the discussion on the dangers of this and all those bone drugs and the bone babe is wrong there is so much proof and it is hardly something funny bone babe hardly something to laugh about - grow up.

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