I’ll leave the rest of the Bloomberg story alone, since they’ve decided to pick up on my lead, and cover it. But, as I said — the crux of Mrs. Glynn’s claim is founded on a failure to adequately warn.
. . . .Glynn, an elementary school worker from Cohoes, New York, who regularly takes long bike rides and yoga classes, claims Fosamax weakened her femur over a seven-year period, causing the leg bone to snap in April 2009, when she bent over in her garage to pick up a frog-shaped lawn ornament while gardening. . . .