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Big Pharma Admits Failure, Shocking New Osteoporosis Drug Conflict Of Interest, Osteoporosis Drug To Be Pulled From Market!
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The race for new osteoporosis treatments is on, as Big Pharma is desperately trying to find new patentable drugs. And, as further confirmation of the disastrous failure of current treatments, a popular osteoporosis drug touted as the “safest” of all is on its way out, as I predicted from the get-go.

So let’s get started!

Desperate Search for New Osteoporosis Drugs as Existing Drugs Fail

The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health has recently announced the launch of a 3-year study to look more closely at osteoporosis. The intent of the study is to develop “more effective treatments” for osteoporosis.

News Excerpt:

“The study, which utilizes data from existing academic and clinical trials, is designed to establish the validity of specific imaging and biochemical markers for bone health.

Approximately 9 million adults in the United States suffer from osteoporosis … with our aging population, the numbers continue to rise. Over the last twenty years, progress has been made in both the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis. Substantial challenges remain, however, including … efficacy of a given treatment beyond the duration of most clinical trials. Recent concerns have prompted regulatory agencies to review the safety of antiresorptive drugs for osteoporosis, while these same concerns among patients and physicians are decreasing the use of this particular class of drugs.

“ ‘There is an imperative need for continued development of new osteoporosis drugs and for determining rational clinical strategies for their use,’ says Dr. Janet Woodcock from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). ‘We applaud the FNIH for spearheading this important work.’” 1

I find it fascinating that the Medical Establishment and the media continue to tout “progress” in treating osteoporosis, yet in the same breath they talk about how the number of osteoporosis cases continues to rise.

Think about this for a moment: if current treatments would be successful, there would be no need to develop new drugs… So in essence, the Medical Establishment is recognizing their failure.

Also when faced with concerns about the dangers of current osteoporosis drugs, the medical and pharmaceutical answer is to develop more drugs.



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