blood thinners



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Xarelto reaches the Japanese market

Last year, on September, Xarelto has been approved in Japan. The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare gave its good-to-go to the famous anticoagulant drug, approving it for the prevention and treatment of several conditions such …


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New study shows that blood thinners may slow down Alzheimer’s

Researchers from the Örebro University found evidence that clopidogrel, a well-known blood-thinner drug, may slow down Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) progression. The study published in the journal Science Signaling was led by Professor Margitta Elvers and included researchers from Sweden, Italy, …




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EU first approved NOAC Xarelto

EU approved the very first NOAC (or novel oral anticoagulant) Xarelto (rivaroxaban) for broad application. With Bayer and Janssen at the helm, Xarelto can now be broadly used for patients suffering from atrial fibrillation (AF). …