Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctor: Safety of newer anti-clotting medications

Advertisements that highlight the possible bleeding risks of newer anti-clotting medications can be misleading. They are less likely to cause the most dangerous type of bleeding (brain bleeding) than warfarin, the older anti-clotting drug.
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