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Latest news releases on Actonel:

Bone drugs linked to rare thigh fractures - FOX News

Widely used osteoporosis drugs such as Fosamax and Actonel significantly raise the risk for a rare but serious thigh fracture and that risk rises the longer patients take the medicines, a new study found. Some women 50 and older have been taking ...

Study Confirms Link Between Atypical Femur Fractures and Fosamax Use - YAHOO!

Commonly used brand names of the drug are Fosamax, Reclast, Boniva, and Actonel. In the past few years the FDA has increased the warning on biphosphonate labels putting users on notice of the risk of atypical femur fracture, however the study by the ...

Long-Term Bisphosphonates May Be OK for Select Patients - Medscape News

and the Actonel Vertebral Efficacy with Risedronate Therapy–Multinational Trial (VERT-MN) extension. All women in the studies had were postmenopausal and had baseline fractures, low bone mineral density T scores (−1.5 or less), or both. The FDA ...

Warner Chilcott Sues Watson Over Generic Contraceptive - Bloomberg

Warner Chilcott had $2.7 billion in revenue last year, with sales led by osteoporosis treatment Actonel, Asacol for ulcerative colitis and Loestrin 24 FE, a low-dose birth- control pill. Under federal drug law, the filing of the lawsuit prevents ...

Concerns raised over long-term use of bone drugs - San Jose Mercury News

Actonel and Reclast. The concern is that after years of use, the drugs may in rare cases actually lead to weaker bones in certain women, contributing to "rare but serious adverse events," including unusual femur fractures, esophageal cancer and ...

Researchers tie osteoporosis drugs to atypical thigh fracture - SmartBrief

A study in the Archives of Internal Medicine found that commonly used osteoporosis treatments such as Warner Chilcott's Actonel and Merck & Co.'s Fosamax significantly increase the risk of atypical thigh fracture. A small number of women age 50 and older ...

More Research Points to Long-Term Ills With Bone Drugs - YAHOO!

The investigators found that 82 percent of the patients with atypical fractures had been treated with bisphosphonates, such as Actonel or Fosamax, compared with about 6 percent of the patients with classic fractures. But compared to patients without ...

Bone density drugs linked to unusual fractures - Examiner

The drugs in question are known as bisphosphonates, sold under popular brand names like Fosamax and Actonel.  They're supposed to increase bone mineral density, measured as the amount of calcium per square centimeter of bone.  And that increase is ...

Ajinomoto Actively Hunting For M&A Targets - Wall Street Journal

In 2009, the company acquired for $210 million the Japanese market rights to make and sell Procter & Gamble Co.’s Actonel osteoporosis treatment. But Ito said the company’s M&A strategy is different from the past: “Most of the previous ...

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