Blood-thinning drug linked to heart attack risk

People who take the recently approved blood-thinning medication dabigatran could have a slightly increased risk of heart attack compared with people who use the old standby drug warfarin, new research suggests. Sold under the brand name Pradaxa, dabigatran has been taken by an estimated 500,000 people to prevent blood clots that could cause stroke.

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