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Repatha Monthly Dose Approved With On-Body Pushtronex System

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Amgen’s PCSK9 blocker was cleared by FDA at a 420mg dose that can be administered once monthly via a hands-free device, offering a point of differentiation versus Sanofi/Regeneron’s Praluent.

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