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Amgen launches oncology website

Amgen introduces oncology website for the international community

Amgen has launched of its first oncology website for the international oncology community outside of the US.

amgenoncology-international.com, launched at the European Haematology Congress in London, provides comprehensive oncology scientific information and clinical resources for oncology healthcare professionals worldwide.

The site includes information on the innovative science undertaken by Amgen in oncology, treatment tools, clinical trials, regulatory authority approved product information, links to patient resources and the latest Amgen oncology news.

Tom Lillie, international development executive medical director, said: "The launch of this website is an exciting development and reinforces our commitment to furthering science and sharing information in the oncology area.

"Amgen has a comprehensive and pioneering approach to addressing cancer, and with the launch of this site, we aim to share our progress and work, as well as support the international oncology community we work in."

9th June 2011

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