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By the way, doctor: Will Boniva make my bones weaker?

I am taking Boniva for osteoporosis. I read that an alleged women's health expert said that osteoporosis drugs like the one I'm taking actually make bones weaker by stopping the body from breaking down old bone, and causing jaw disease. Is this true?

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