Osteoporosis Drug Holds Hope For Breast Cancer Patients

Aromatase inhibitors are a class of drugs that are sometimes prescribed by doctors treating post-menopausal breast cancer. These inhibitors significantly reduce the production of estrogen in the body of the breast cancer patient. With the reduction of estrogen, there is Read on! →

New Gene Could Be Part Of The Osteoporosis Equation

Scientists at the Canada’s Intitut De Recherches Cliniques De Montreal have discovered a gene that they believe has controlling influence on bone mass of an individual thus proving critical to predisposing a person to osteoporosis. (1) The study was funded Read on! →

More Evidence Confirms Bisphosphonates (e.g. Fosamax, Boniva) are Not Your Bones’ Best Friends

My book, Your Bones, starts out with 30 pages’ worth of reasons why taking a bisphosphonate should be your last choice for healthy bones. Yes, there truly are that many reasons why relying on a bisphosphonate, like Fosamax, Boniva or Read on! →