Aspirin For Prevention Of Heart Attacks, Stroke, Cancer Ineffective in Women

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Women: Don't Use Aspirin For Routine Prevention Of Heart Attacks, Stroke, And Cancer
Women: Don't Use Aspirin For Routine Prevention Of Heart Attacks, Stroke, And Cancer
Although once widely recommended, aspirin for the prevention of a first heart attack or stroke (primary prevention) has lost favor in recent years, as the large number of bleeding complications appeared to offset the reduction in cardiovascular events. But at the same time evidence has emerged demonstrating the long-term effect of [...].
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