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Amgen/UCB Poised For Osteoporosis Drug Filing On Back Of Mixed PhIII

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Executive Summary

Amgen Inc. and partner UCB will file their osteoporosis drug romosozumab this year on the back of mostly positive Phase III data in postmenopausal women – but where will the drug be positioned against Amgen's own Prolia (denosumab) and other available treatments?

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