My heart goes out to you, understanding many of us have these childhood events in common.
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I understand you won the “this stinks” lottery. I cannot blame you for how you feel. I won a couple of the cancer lotteries, so I really do understand. I still try and look at new things objectively and not color everything with that brush. I wish you a timely recovery.
What you ask for is readily available on the drug manufacturer websites. The thing to understand is a large percentage of drug research these days is actually done by independent researchers and universities. Many double blind studies are done at multiple institutions by many different people. After the study has completed and it looks as if there will be a benefit to the people who need it, and therefore a market to which the drug companies can sell the product, this information is usually purchased from researchers who then use it to prove the point on their own websites or to develop the new drug depending on the research in question. The place to look for much of this information is on websites that are designed to educate you about spine health or bone health, advocacy groups, or the funding institutions like the NIH. In this way you can get the information without the manufacturers bent. I would also like to say, that not all doctors just want to give you more medicine to get paid more. I have a doctor that I trust without question who performs clinical trials, and more importantly cares about his patients. I hope you can find a doctor that deserves your trust in this way. Mayo Clinic and or Mayo trained doctors are a great place to start.