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... bisphophonate drug that I am aware of coming soon is Denosumab and I think it is an injection. ... (17 replies)
... According to Lilly, the results for men aren't usually as good as for women. I was not prescribed hormones. (9 replies)
... I just recently noticed that you are a guy. I remember your forteo results were really good. ... (9 replies)

... I don't know when or if denosumab will be approved, but according to Forbes, they will not reach pivotal testing stages until 2009. ... (9 replies)
... It seems that there are a number of regulars on this board who are going to end their two years on forteo soon. And, it seems that for now there really are no new options that mainstream drs. are considering. Does anyone know what is the basis for a dr. ... (9 replies)
... Hi: Denosumab isn't approved yet. You can go to Amgen and see what they say about the med. I read that "if" it gets approval, it won't be till sometime around 2009. Good luck, I hope you find something good to follow the Forteo. (9 replies)
... Like many of you, I am approaching the end of my treatment with Forteo and am starting to think about options. ... (9 replies)
After Forteo
Sep 15, 2006
... hear anything about denosumab please let us know. ... (26 replies)
After Forteo
Sep 15, 2006
... taape, I just read an article about a study being done on a new osteoporosis drug called Denosumab. It has been in Phase III clinical trials since 2005 (perhaps you are aware of it; if not, I'm sure you could do a search and find out more about it). Anyway, it is administered by injection either every three months or every six months and is supposed to be more effective... (26 replies)
... ond half of 2008. I don't know if that fx study is the last thing to be included in Phase III or not. If so, then they could possibly apply for a new drug app. after that, if the FDA gives the go ahead. ... (9 replies)
... I am quitting after approx. 18 mo. , doc said maybe a booster of forteo at some time in the future , also probably evista at some time in the future.Next dexa in a few months. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you for sharing what you have heard about the bisphos. Did you look at the Cosman articles about Evista after Forteo? ... (4 replies)
... I am sure you recall reading the Cosmann info on using the Evista with the forteo and getting better results than forteo alone. So, if it is slow to take effect, if you had an early start on it I wonder how that would work? ... (20 replies)
... forteo. Hypercalcemia is an issue that can occur. And, I suppose in some people it could be alot worse than in others. Did you ever have you serum calcium tested after you started on the forteo? ... (21 replies)
... hearing about your side effects, I don't see how you could live like that, that is very dangerous to have those symptoms. Like I mentioned I've heard of taking Forteo 3 days on and 3 days off, but I can't find the article yet. ... (4 replies)
... Of course everyone is different. And, your response to forteo was good, and others as well. ... (14 replies)
... t you referred to and the improvements were stunning. I wonder about the efficacy of the long chain pth v. the short.Was that the reason for the amazing response after the 12 months forteo then alendronate? ... (21 replies)
... that microarchitecture changes have occured and that stopping now is to hold the microarchitecture changes with the bisphos. That while the bonemarkers indicate forteo is working that now is the time to shift to the bisphos. And then later after one year reassess to possibly again do a year of forteo. ... (21 replies)
... The forteo regimen is difficult,we put alot of hope into the project and also alot of effort with exercise. I have only been on the forteo now for about 8 months. I have noticed ,however, a transition in my thinking. ... (6 replies)
... There has been recent discussion regarding possible extended treatment with forteo . ... (1 replies)

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