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Old 02-16-2019, 07:58 PM #21
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Default Potential Fahrs treatment

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There is an article that refers to 7 cases of treatment using biphosphonate alendronate. This might be worth mentioning to your neurologist . This medicine may be able to provide respite for current sufferers and potentially delay onset in others tested as high risk. **************. More trials are neded though.
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