Einstein researchers find osteoporosis drug may help women with kidney disease
These are the same retread types of study done to take failed heart drugs and turn them into erectile dysfunction treatments.
Osteoporosis drugs CAUSE bone denegation, argumentation they are going to help kidneys is a FRAUD.
Consume real food, eat more plants, drugs KILL.
~ Uncle Russ
The osteoporosis drug raloxifene may be useful in treating kidney disease in women, suggests a new study led by Michal Melamed, M.D., M.H.S., assistant professor of medicine and epidemiology & population health at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. According to government statistics, an estimated 23 million American adults over age 20 suffers from chronic kidney disease―more than one out of 10. More than a half-million patients are under treatment for end-stage renal disease. New treatments are urgently needed.