how long women should take a bisphosphonate for osteoporosis

See updated information from the FDA concerning bisphosphonates and increased risk of thigh bone fracture

There's controversy about how long women should take a bisphosphonate for osteoporosis.

Many postmenopausal women get them indefinitely...but this may not be necessary or safe.

Bisphosphonates stay in the bones for years...and their effects last long after therapy is stopped.

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