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Cangrelor Can’t Escape Its Past At FDA Advisory Committee

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Executive Summary

The Medicines Co.’s anti-clotting drug had one relatively positive study, but two failed ones, and that produced two lopsided “no” votes by the Cardiovascular and Renal Drugs Advisory Committee.


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