Another warfarin alternative for stroke prevention in people with a-fib

To switch or not is a decision for you and your doctor to make.

Warfarin's long reign as the drug for preventing stroke in people with atrial fibrillation is being challenged by the second new blood thinner to come on the market within the span of less than a year.

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