Multiple Vertebral Fractures Following Discontinuation of Prolia Treatment

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Multiple vertebral fractures may occur following discontinuation of treatment with Prolia, particularly in patients with a history of vertebral fracture.1

Advise patients not to interrupt Prolia therapy without their physician’s advice.1

Evaluate the individual benefit/risk before discontinuing treatment with Prolia.1

If Prolia treatment is discontinued, consider transitioning to an alternative antiresorptive therapy.1

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