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FDA Panel Looks Beyond Xarelto’s Missing Data Problems To Broader Reforms

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Despite the agency’s decision to limit discussion about missing data to the ATLAS pivotal trial of rivaroxaban, Cardio-Renal advisory committee members suggested reforms that sponsors should consider to prevent the kinds of problems seen in ATLAS.

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