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Learning From Exanta: AstraZeneca Ready For Phase III With ‘0837

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With its once-daily oral anticoagulant AZD0837 ready to move into Phase III, AstraZeneca is talking up the lessons it learned from its experience with the failed anticoagulantExanta (ximelagatran)

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