Popular painkiller doesn’t have more heart risks than others, study claims

Critics say flaws in Celebrex study undermine results


RISK ANALYSIS  The widely prescribed painkiller Celebrex, now available as the generic celecoxib, appears to pose no greater risk to the heart than do similar drugs.


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