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Study confirms clot risks with anti-anemia drugs

Cancer patients who took drugs to cut the risk of anemia were twice as likely to develop blood clots in the lungs or legs as other patients, a decade-long study of more than 55,000 cancer patients has found.

http://www.reuters.com/article/rbssHealthcareNews/idUSN1032780720091110



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