New Oncology Indications Should Continue Denosumab’s Upward Trajectory
Already on an upward trajectory in oncology uses, Amgen’s denosumab, known as Prolia and Xgeva, got a bit of a boost with FDA approval of two new indications for treatment-induced bone loss in prostate and breast cancer – though neither is expected to add much to the bottom line.
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