SPOTLIGHT: Doubt cast on Fosamax link to jaw decay

A new study by a Harvard dental professor may cast doubt on some claims that Merck's osteoporosis drug Fosamax caused some patients' jawbones to decay. The study shows that IV forms of the drug may have contributed to jaw disorders, but oral forms--which are far more commonly prescribed--actually reduced that risk. Report

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