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Is it safe to take fosamax/alendronate for more than 5 years?

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14 Mar 2010

Yes studies have confirmed that Fosamax can be safely taken long term.

See: http://www.webmd.com/osteoporosis/news/20040317/fosamax-remains-safe-effective-long-term

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