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“Last month a study called Cogent, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, showed patients taking Plavix and a version of Prilosec were at no greater risk of blood clots or heart attacks than those taking Plavix alone.”
“Acquisitions, namely Cogent and Attenti, added about four points to growth in the quarter.”
“The Haggler also had a hard time communicating with Cogent, which is based in Washington and says on its Web site that it is "consistently ranked as one of the top five networks in the world.”
“Cogent Inc., commonly referred to as Cogent Systems, provides finger, palm, face and iris biometric systems for governments, law enforcement agencies and commercial enterprises.”
“( "Cogent" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: COGT) in connection with their efforts to sell Cogent to”
“Customers can start signing up for the new program — called iQueue and run by Cogent — now, but the company has yet to name a start date.”
“Earlier this month, however, a randomized trial called Cogent published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggested patients taking both drugs were at no greater risk of serious cardiovascular events than those taking Plavix alone.”
“They said the FDA is concerned that the Cogent study will lead doctors and patients to make what they described as the wrong decision.”
“Dr. Southworth and colleague Ellis Unger of the FDA's drug-evaluation division said the Cogent study was too small to be meaningful and used a different form of Prilosec than the one available to patients.”
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