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Bristol/Pfizer's Apixaban Shows Mortality Benefit In ARISTOTLE, But Is It Enough To Supplant Warfarin?

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New England Journal of Medicine editorial says cost-effectiveness data and head-to-head studies on new oral anticoagulants are needed to move prescribing away from warfarin for atrial fibrillation patients.

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