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Daily Aspirin Fails to Lower CV Risk in Long-term, Primary Prevention Print E-mail
Written by FHI's Week in Review   
Monday, 27 August 2018 12:01
 
Somewhat surprising news broke over the weekend. Here's an excerpt from Medscape:
     
Aspirin at a daily dose of 100 mg was not seen to reduce the long-term risk for cardiovascular (CV) or cerebrovascular events in a trial that randomly assigned more than 12,000 nondiabetic adults with multiple CV risk factors but no history of CV events. Nor was the risk for stroke reduced.
 
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