Keeping supply system strong for those in medical need

MEETING TIME-CRITICAL NEEDS: Joe Aguiar, left, senior associate, supply chain, and Kacey Fetcho, senior manager, supply chain, inspect inventory at Amgen Rhode Island's West Greenwich manufacturing facility. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
MEETING TIME-CRITICAL NEEDS: Joe Aguiar, left, senior associate, supply chain, and Kacey Fetcho, senior manager, supply chain, inspect inventory at Amgen Rhode Island's West Greenwich manufacturing facility. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
People with cancer, cardiovascular disease or other serious illnesses should not have to wait for their medications just because there are flaws and delays in the manufacturing plant-to-patient supply chain, at least that is what Amgen Rhode Island believes. The company manufactures medical protein therapies that focus on serious unmet medical needs with limited treatment…

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