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Xarelto And Pradaxa Stumble At High U.K. Reimbursement Hurdles

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Executive Summary

NICE issues draft rejection of Bayer's blood thinner Xarelto for use in preventing stroke associated with atrial fibrillation, while a U.K. payer fights a positive recommendation for Boehringer Ingelheim's Pradaxa in the same indication.

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