Included in these are the capability to ‘make a difference’ doing work for a trigger, a flexible and fast-moving environment, a ‘hands-on’ culture and greater autonomy and empowerment. Skills for Health leader John Rogers said: The wider health sector and the population generally advantage enormously from the skills and experience paid employees develop in the voluntary sector. Related StoriesHealthcare technology social event of the year opens entriesUsing integrated molecular pathology to manage incidental pancreatic cysts: an interview with Dr Ananya DasSurgical startup seeks funding to build digital reality training library Simultaneously, for most people in the health sector, working in voluntary organisations presents opportunities to provide services to client groups and in contexts that various other publicly and privately supplied providers cannot reach.Romosozumab is being created in collaboration with UCB. Prolia data include 19 abstracts, featuring several on long-term safety and efficacy data from the open-label extension study of the pivotal Stage 3 fracture trial for up to eight years. We have become motivated by the long-term safety and efficacy data with Prolia treatment in addition to by the medical data we find from our pipeline bone-building molecule, romosozumab, stated Sean E. Harper, M.D., executive vice president of Research and Development at Amgen. Amgen has led almost ten years of clinical work in bone biology and, with fracture rates increasing, we remain committed to advancing medicines that help treat bone disease. Chosen ABSTRACTS OF Curiosity INCLUDE: Abstracts can be found on the ASBMR website at and updated data will be presented at the conference.m.