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Momentum Grows For Novel Oral Anticoagulants Out To Replace Warfarin

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The attributes of Merck/Portola's Factor Xa inhibitor betrixaban, and where it fits in the crowded development space of novel anticoagulants, came into sharper focus with the release of new Phase II data at the American College of Cardiology annual meeting

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