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Fosamax (Alendronate sodium)

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SOME FACTS ABOUT SPINAL CORD INJURY
Before the middle of the twentieth century, the complexities and complications of spinal cord injury were not well understood. Effective medical treatments and rehabilitation methods had not yet been developed. Most people with spinal cord injury died within a few years of the injury, usually because of medical complications such as kidney failure or pneumonia.
The picture is very different today. With advances in emergency medicine, the initial survival rate for people with traumatic spinal cord injuries is much higher. And developments in medical treatment and rehabilitation have greatly reduced the incidence of fatal complications. About 220,000 people in the United States are living with spinal cord injury, and about 10,000 new injuries occur each year. Rehabilitation therapies and advanced technologies allow many people not just to survive, but to lead active, fulfilling lives and to participate in a broad range of activities.
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