UW Celebrates Anniversary of Blood-thinning Drug


60 years ago, the UW Madison got a patent for a drug originally used as rat poison; Warfarin later became the most widely-prescribed blood thinner in the world. It has drawbacks, but no easy-to-manage alternative has been found. Shamane Mills reports…

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