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Amgen’s Xgeva Gains FDA Nod For Use In Rare Bone Tumor

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Approval of denosumab for giant cell tumor of the bone comes more than a year after Amgen’s failed bid to add a more commercially significant indication for prevention of bone metastases in patients with castrate-resistant prostate cancer.

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