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2014-04-23 20:23:33

The realities of modern life can make people more susceptible to deep vein thrombosis, but the California Institute for Deep Venous Thrombosis offers effective solutions LOS ANGELES, April

2014-04-19 23:02:45

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2014-04-17 12:27:18

Surveyed MCOs Indicate That Tier Position of Pradaxa and Eliquis Unlikely to Change Even With Addition of VTE Treatment to Label, According to Findings from Decision Resources Group BURLINGTON,

2014-04-16 23:03:43

The Firm is actively investigating testosterone lawsuits on behalf of men who allegedly suffered heart attacks, strokes, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis or another cardiovascular injury

2014-04-11 23:01:36

The Firm is evaluating Pradaxa lawsuits on behalf of individuals who allegedly suffered dangerous episodes of internal bleeding due to Pradaxa. New York, New

2014-04-08 12:31:49

Three pivotal trials showed PRADAXA as non-inferior to warfarin in reduction of DVT and PE recurrence; fourth pivotal trial showed PRADAXA reduced risk of recurrence by 92 percent compared to placebo RIDGEFIELD,

2014-04-07 08:31:34

Three pivotal trials showed PRADAXA as non-inferior to warfarin in reduction of DVT and PE recurrence; fourth pivotal trial showed PRADAXA reduced risk of recurrence by 92 percent compared to placebo RIDGEFIELD,

2014-04-01 23:31:09

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2014-03-31 08:29:45

RARITAN, N.J., March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Janssen Research & Development, LLC (Janssen) announced today it is adding three new clinical trials to its EXPLORER global cardiovascular research


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