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JHL Becomes Eden And Announces Denosumab Progress

Offers Phase I And III Updates On Biosimilar Rival To Amgen’s Prolia

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Taiwan’s JHL Biotech has rebranded itself as Eden Biologics at the same time as it has announced progress on clinical trials for its denosumab biosimilar candidate.

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