[약업신문]Amgen Korea launches ‘Bone House Campaign’ on World Osteoporosis Day

Osteoporosis common sense quiz… Selection of home repair items necessary to prevent fall accidents for the elderly

Amgen Korea (CEO: Noh Sang-kyung), a leading biotechnology company, on the occasion of ‘World Osteoporosis Day’, held the ‘Goal ( On the 20th, it was announced that the ‘Den House Campaign’ was conducted.

Amgen Korea held an in-house employee quiz and survey event ‘Challenge! Goal Den Bell Season 2’ was held. As in last year, this quiz event, held online, included an OX quiz session to learn osteoporosis and fracture common sense after watching a disease education video about osteoporosis diagnosis and the risk of osteoporotic fractures, and home repair items necessary for preventing fall accidents for the elderly. It consisted of a selection questionnaire session.

In particular, about 110 Amgen Korea executives and employees participated in this in-house quiz event, adding meaning to participating in the fundraising of the ‘Golden House Campaign’, a new social contribution project of Amgen Korea. Amgen Korea plans to collect donations through a matching fund method in which Amgen Korea supports donations according to the number of correct answers to the osteoporosis quiz by employees and deliver them to the local community within this year. This fund will be used for the installation of safety handles and anti-slip mats so that senior citizens in the local community can live safely and healthy in their homes.

Amgen Korea has been conducting an internal campaign since 2019 to publicize the severity of osteoporosis and the importance of preventing fractures in commemoration of ‘World Osteoporosis Day’ on October 20, designated by the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF). This year, in commemoration of ‘World Osteoporosis Day’, ‘Challenge! In connection with the ‘Bone Den Bell Season 2’ in-house campaign, we launched the ‘Bone Den House Campaign’ as a long-term social contribution dimension to improve the living environment of the elderly who are vulnerable to fractures. We plan to explore various ways to support the improvement of the residential environment from various angles.

“Osteoporotic fractures greatly threaten the quality of life of the elderly and their families and can affect their lives,” said Sang-yoon Kim, general manager of Amgen Korea’s General Medicine business unit. We need to build an environment.”

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