Novartis' Reclast reduces risk of repeat hip fractures in elderly

09/17/2007 | USA Today

The osteoporosis drug Reclast reduces the risk of additional hip fractures in older people, a Novartis-funded study found. In observing 2,127 men and women who had broken their hips within three months prior to the study and took calcium and vitamin D supplements, researchers found that intravenous administration of Reclast once a year significantly lowered the chances of patients suffering repeat fractures, which are associated with an increased risk of death in older adults.

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