Approved March 1997
Anticoagulant, or ""blood thinner"" to keep blood clots from forming or getting larger
Seven strengths of Warfarin Sodium tablets, the generic equivalent of DuPont Merck’s anti-coagulant Coumadin, have been approved for marketing.
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