What a year 2012 has been! As we welcome the New Year, let’s take a look at how the Save Our Bones community has grown in 2012.
The number of people who visited Save Our Bones in 2012.
The number of countries and territories Save Our Bones visitors reside in.
The number of comments posted by community members on our website in 2012.
A big thank you from the bottom of my heart to all those who took the time to share with us their fantastic comments and success stories with our community!
Now let’s take a quick look back to remember this year’s highlights:
The mainstream media had not choice but to warn of femur fractures linked to bisphosphonates:
I decoded why pharmaceutical company Amgen, the maker of Prolia, reported astounding profits:
I gave you a delicious bone-healthy pizza recipe:
And shared with you an alkalizing finger-licking-good ice cream recipe given to me by Robina Salter, the wife of the late Dr. Salter:
I gave you my take on why Merck’s soon-to-be-released drug trial ended earlier than expected:
In yet another (successful) attempt to bank on the protection offered by drug patents, Binosto, an effervescent bisphosphonate, is launched in the US:
More confirmed bad news about bisphosphonates are reported. A study confirms that they almost double risk of vision loss:
Another study casts a big shadow on strontium, showing an increase in the risk of dangerous blood clots:
A brand new Ask Vivian Week opened the floodgates to hundreds of questions from the community:
I will continue to post valuable osteoporosis and health information.
I also pledge to continue sharing the latest osteoporosis news and to bring you new and exciting publications.
And last but not least, I promise you to continue unmasking the ugly face of Big Pharma.
Many exciting things coming up for next year at Save Our Bones, so stick around!
Wishing you a wonderful New Year, full of health and happiness.
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