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Boniva Labeling Reflects Class Osteonecrosis, Musculoskeletal Pain Risk

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Labeling for Roche/GlaxoSmithKline's once-monthly osteoporosis agent Boniva reflects upcoming class labeling for osteonecrosis and musculoskeletal pain risk with oral bisphosphonates

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