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Phase III Trial For Sanofi Anti-Clotting Drug Halted Due To Excess Bleeding

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Sanofi-Aventis’ idraparinux demonstrated noninferiority versus vitamin K antagonists but was associated with more bleeding, according to Lancet article.

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