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Xarelto Atrial Fibrillation Data Suggest Lines Of Advisory Committee Inquiry

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Published results from the Xarelto (rivaroxaban) pivotal trial in atrial fibrillation throw more light on the efficacy and safety concerns likely to be aired at a Sept. 8 FDA advisory committee review of the Bayer/Johnson & Johnson anticoagulant.

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