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Results from phase 3 FRAME study of romosozumab showed significant reductions in both new vertebral and clinical fractures in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis

FRAME Data Simultaneously Published in New England Journal of Medicine and Presented at ASBMR Showed Treatment With Romosozumab Significantly Reduced New Vertebral and Clinical Fractures Through 12 Months Significant Bone Mineral Density Gains Shown at Six and 12 Months at the Lumbar Spine, Total Hip and Femoral Neck… 1,600 more words

Industry

DOCUMENTS REVEAL SUGAR INDUSTRY PAID OFF SCIENTISTS, SHAPING MASS PERCEPTION OF NUTRITION FOR MONEY

The deviousness of corporate greed knows no end. Check out what the sugar industry has been up to, leading us all down the garden path with our health. 293 more words

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CNN admits vaccinations spread disease, as dengue vaccine creates more outbreak cases

Source: NaturalNews.com
J.D. Heyes
September 7, 2016

It’s not an admission you’d expect to hear from a cable news broadcaster that has lambasted presidential candidates… 689 more words

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Melanoma Tx Tied to Neurologic Disorder

Serious adverse effect of Keytruda in two patients.

Researchers reported two cases of demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy after treatment with pembrolizumab (Keytruda) for advanced melanoma.

The report, in a letter published Wednesday in the… 273 more words

NEWS

"Which is worse: the NSA or the FDA?" by John Rappoport

Good stuff to read, especially during this year of unprecedented disclosure and awakening.
Which is worse: the NSA or the FDA? – https://wp.me/pFTDT-3Z6

Awakening

New England Journal of Medicine: Doctor Knows Best! Gun Control for Everyone! - 

Doctors need to stick to practicing medicine and stay away from politics and gun control.

My doctor knows I carry a handgun she does not mention anything about guns to me. 58 more words

Two women go blind in one eye — what not to do while checking your phone in bed

Doctors have identified a new smartphone hazard, albeit an ultimately benign one. They report in the New England Journal of Medicine on the first known cases of “transient smartphone blindness,” temporary vision loss that appears to be harmless. 292 more words

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