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NICE Pans Pomalidomide For Blood Cancer, Backs Xarelto In ACS Patients

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Executive Summary

U.K. HTA rejects Celgene’s pomalidomide for treating multiple myeloma on cost grounds but waves through Bayer’s rivaroxaban for preventing blood clots in people who have had a heart attack.

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