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Savaysa A-Fib Data Led To Conflicting FDA Views On Dose, Population

Executive Summary

Reviewers debated whether to approve Daiichi’s oral anticoagulant only for atrial fibrillation patients with renal impairment or a higher-than-tested dose for those with normal renal function. Disagreements over how to handle renal subgroup efficacy findings also led to differences of opinion on the need for a REMS.

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