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Acute-Phase Reaction to Zoledronic Acid and Bone Fracture Risk Reduction

Zoledronic acid, an annual intravenous therapy for osteoporosis, sometimes causes acute-phase reactions such as fever, myalgia, and flu-like symptoms after infusion. Researchers wondered if these initial transient reactions could be used as a predictor of the drug’s efficacy in people at risk for fractures.
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