What is Fosamax®?
Fosamax® is the brand name for “Alendronate Sodium;” a bisphosphonate medication developed by Merck & Co., Inc. and marketed since 1994 for the treatment of Osteoporosis and other conditions associated with bone loss and the thinning of bones.
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Additional Fosamax Articles
- Are there risks involved in taking Fosamax®?
- How is Fosamax® associated with ONJ?
- What are the risk factors for ONJ?
- How can I tell if I have ONJ?
- What is the proper treatment for ONJ?
- How can ONJ be prevented?
- I had dental work done after taking Fosamax® and I think I may have ONJ. What should I do?
- I understand why I need to see a doctor immediately, but why do I need a lawyer right away?
- What financial compensation can I recover in a pharmaceutical product liability claim?
- What is pharmaceutical product liability?
- How long will it take to settle my Fosamax® claim?