Osteoporosis Drug Prolia Gets Two New Warnings

Prolia is an injectable drug used to treat osteoporosis in women after the menopause and bone loss in men having treatment for prostate cancer. Last November two scary new warnings were added to Prolia’s already long list of side effects. One reads like this: “In post-marketing experience, severe and occasionally incapacitating bone, joint and/or muscle […]

Is The DEXA Scan Just Another Big Pharma Scam?

The DEXA Scan is the “gold standard” test that will tell you how likely you are to break a bone. However, this common procedure is filled with problems, errors and mistakes. The results are totally unreliable. That’s why these four little letters — DEXA — can turn out to spell — DISASTER. Bone dry DEXA […]

Osteoporosis Drug Linked To Cancer

There are millions of hip, arm and vertebrae fractures every year. And for many, a hip fracture is a death sentence. But there’s something you should be even more afraid of than osteoporosis. It’s an osteoporosis drug. And doctors write hundreds of thousands of prescriptions for it every year. And not only does it have […]

Osteoporosis Drugs Linked To Oesophageal Cancer

Bisphosphonates – taken for osteoporosis – are the poisoned apple of the modern age. It looks good on the surface but you definitely do NOT want to swallow it. Not surprisingly, in this story, the apple-toting witch with the wart on her nose is Big Pharma. And today’s juicy red treat is a type of […]