Sunday, November 19, 2006

Chicago Tribune: Risky Hemophilia Drug Used on U.S. Troops

Article in the Chicago Tribune -- Risky drug used on wounded troops, by the Associated Press: " A blood-coagulating drug designed to treat rare forms of hemophilia is being used on critically wounded U.S. troops in Iraq despite evidence it can cause clots that lead to strokes, heart attacks and death in other patients, The Baltimore Sun reported Sunday."

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