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Pill that did the opposite affect of boniva (ibandronate) during its r&d beginning something else while its side effect was extreme depletion of calcium?

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Dr. Eduardo Haddad
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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In brief: Nonsense

This is exactly what you don't want.
Prednisone would do that and causes bone loss. Boniva (ibandronate) is a bisphosphonate like Fosamax and others with main effect being a reduction in bone mineral loss and a progressive net gain in bone mineral mass. There are long term concerns with this class of drugs now regarding diminished strengh of long bones if taken for more than 5 years.

In brief: Nonsense

This is exactly what you don't want.
Prednisone would do that and causes bone loss. Boniva (ibandronate) is a bisphosphonate like Fosamax and others with main effect being a reduction in bone mineral loss and a progressive net gain in bone mineral mass. There are long term concerns with this class of drugs now regarding diminished strengh of long bones if taken for more than 5 years.
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