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Bayer/J&J's Xarelto Gets Advisory Cmte. Endorsement In A-Fib, But Not First-Line Use

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Cardiovascular and Renal Drugs Advisory Committee votes 9-2, with one abstention, in favor of approval, but more than half the panelists said the indication should be limited to patients who fail other anticoagulant therapy.

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