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Is Blood Coagulating Drug Dangerous For Troops Or A Life Saver?

Mon, 20 Nov 2006 02:00 AM EST

... Recombinant Activated Factor VII, a blood coagulating drug, is considered a medical breakthrough for Army doctors - they say it gives them an effective way to control fatal bleeding of front line wounded patients. The drug is designed for treating an uncommon type of hemophilia (FVII deficiency), not wounded patients. [click link for full article] ...

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