Harvard Women's Health Watch

Ask the doctor: Will bisphosphonate infusions help me avoid a bone break?

Zoledronic acid is an intravenous drug that is very effective for treating osteoporosis, especially for women who can’t remember to take once-a-week medication or who can’t tolerate oral bisphosphonate side effects.
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