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Brittle Bone Doesn’t Mean the End of the World
 

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http://www.fosamaxfemurfracturelawsuit.com When you are afflicted with the brittle bone disease, there is a big tendency for you to be depressed because it may lead to other different complications ...

http://www.fosamaxfemurfracturelawsuit.com When you are afflicted with the brittle bone disease, there is a big tendency for you to be depressed because it may lead to other different complications which can really worsen the problem. Sometimes, some people think it is the end of their lives because of all the possible things that may happen. However, this is not true. Just take a look at this teenager named Jack Binstead. For people affected by a Fosamax Femur Fracture Lawsuit situation, they may want to take inspiration from this boy, especially now that the link between Fosamax and esophageal cancer has been confirmed. Read more at http://www.fosamaxfemurfracturelawsuit.com/updates/new-research-confirms-link-between-fosamax-and-esophageal-cancer/

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    • As Published on the Fosamax Femur Fracture Lawsuit Website
    • When you are afflicted with the brittle bonedisease, there is a big tendency for you to bedepressed because it may lead to other differentcomplications which can really worsen theproblem. Sometimes, some people think it is theend of their lives because of all the possiblethings that may happen. However, this is nottrue. Just take a look at this teenager named JackBinstead. For people affected by aFosamax Femur Fracture Lawsuit situation,they may want to take inspiration from this boy,especially now that thelink between Fosamax and esophageal cancer h.
    • Jack Binstead is a teenage athlete whohad brittle bone disease. He hasoutdone older contemporaries in amajor sporting event during which helanded on the third spot. It was for15-17 year-old boys who arewheelchair-bound. Basically, it is awheelchair marathon. This kid isactually very interesting because, asidefrom being a paralympic hopeful, healso have an acting career. Accordingto his parents, "This was a really bigone for Jack. He is becoming a manand he is not a child anymore. He stillbeat so many of the older lot in hiscategory. I am extremely proud ofhim."
    • Jack had been in a wheelchair ever since he was threeyears old and he has suffered more than 60 brokenbones already. And the interesting thing about it isthat when these broken bones heal, it patched up in adifferent position, which means that it can be a highrisk for another fracture.
    • In the marathon that this kid won, the way to hisaward was not easy. He actually battled against theodds to win the London mini-marathon three times;last year he battled a broken hip to win themarathon in the 14 and under-age category. And in2010, he won gold despite his racing through thepain of a broken hip and in 2008 he finished firstwith a broken leg.References:yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/local/kingstonnews/9666581.Brittle_bone_sufferer_scoops_marathon_third/