Bone Drugs Double the Risk for Esophageal Cancer

September 8, 2010 | Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist

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 Bone Drugs Double the Risk for Esophageal Cancer
Even one prescription for any type of bisphosphonate bone drug1 increases the risk of esophageal cancer by 30%. However, when a person fills 10 or more of these prescriptions for longer than a three year period, which is standard medical protocol, then the risk doubles. You don’t need a degree in rocket science to understand that bone drugs are so inflammatory on contact that they are going to damage what they come in contact with as they are being swallowed. Indeed, all you need is a degree in medicine to not understand the obvious toxicity of a major type of drug fraud targeting baby-boomer women.

Bone drugs are known to inflame the digestive tract on their way into the body. Adverse side effects are common and include upset stomach, nausea, abdominal pain, and inflammation and ulceration of the esophagus. Such knowledge seldom stops any prescribing physician from giving these out to patients with any pre-existing digestive problems or poor digestive history – lending further evidence to the notion that doctors simply cannot be trusted to first do no harm.

This particular study in the British Medical Journal involved 80,000 patients tracked for more than seven years on average. This documents the long-term harm of these very toxic drugs that do not build or rejuvenate healthy bone. The medical profession has so many blatant drug frauds on its hands that you just have to wonder when their bubble is going to burst. They just hope and pray that the general public is too stupid and gullible to understand their highly problematic approach to health.

There is no shortcut or quick fix for healthy bones. Good bone health is based on doing many things right over the long haul. Taking really good care of yourself is your best chance for a healthy future.

Referenced Studies

  1. ^ Bone Drugs and Esophageal Cancer Risk  BMJ  Jane Green, Gabriela Czanner, Gillian Reeves, Joanna Watson, Lesley Wise, Valerie Beral

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