The Dangerous Effects Of Fosamax

Fosamax (generic: alendronate) is a drug manufactured by Merck & Co. to treat or prevent bone diseases such as osteoporosis. It works in the short term by strengthening bones and reducing the risk of fracture. Unfortunately, Fosamax has been shown to cause bone deterioration after extended time in the human body, which is inevitable due to the drug's long half-life. Upon remaining in the body long after it has been taken, Fosamax leads to deterioration of the jawbone and fractures of the femur. Osteonecrosis, also called jaw death, is a fatal condition in which the jawbone actually deteriorates away. There are currently more than 1000 lawsuits pending against Merck & Co. for this dangerous drug.

Have You Been A Victim Of Fosamax?

If you have also been a victim of this devastating side effect, reach out to the attorneys at Dominguez Law. We have experience in mass tort cases against large corporations. We offer free, one-on-one consultations with a lawyer, which can be scheduled by calling 505-850-5854 or by filling out our online form.

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