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  • The blood-clotting issue alone is enough to give one pause.

    World Wide Mind

  • “Do you have a blood-clotting disorder in your family?”

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms

  • Three years ago Henderson was fined £40,000 and banned from making race entries for three months after Moonlit Path, owned by the Queen, tested positive for tranexamic acid, a banned blood-clotting agent.

    Nicky Henderson craves Cheltenham Gold Cup at end of troubled Festival

  • "We know smoking compromises the vascular system by affecting blood pressure and elevates blood-clotting factors, and we know vascular health plays a role in risk of Alzheimer's disease," Dr. Whitmer says.

    Smoking in Your 50s, 60s Increases Risk of Dementia

  • Researchers made a major advance in the decades-old effort to use gene therapy to treat the bleeding disorder hemophilia B, reporting that six patients in a study started to make more of a crucial blood-clotting factor that prevents severe bleeding episodes.

    Gene Therapy Used to Treat Hemophilia B

  • Thanks to this collaboration, longevity has increased by a decade, and in my specialty, hematology, treatments for anemia, blood-clotting disorders and malignancies of the blood have improved spectacularly.

    Who Paid for Your Doctor's Bagel?

  • Sales in the fourth quarter inched up 0.5% to € 7.4 billion $10.1 billion, as a positive foreign-exchange rate effect helped temper the drop in sales of key drugs, including the Taxotere cancer treatment, Plavix blood-clotting treatment and Lovenox blood thinner, all hit by generic competition.

    Sanofi, Genzyme Talks Still On

  • In this study, tiny scaffolds made from microthreads of fibrin, a blood-clotting protein, were implanted in mice with induced leg wounds.

    Low Readership of Nutrition Labels

  • A common one is hemophilia because the Factor 8, the blood-clotting factor that hemophiliacs take, costs about $100,000 a month.

    Understanding The Latest Health Care Changes

  • Brown biologist Ken Miller showed how dolphins and other species are missing various proteins found in our blood-clotting cascade, and they can still clot blood.

    Casey Luskin on Kitzmiller & Information

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