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When should aspirin be used for prevention of cardiovascular events?

J Michael Gaziano, Philip Greenland
JAMA: the Journal of the American Medical Association 2014 December 17, 312 (23): 2503-4
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Stephen Garramine, MD

Latest Japanese study shows, on the whole, no benefit from daily low dose aspirin. Quite the contrary to current wisdom - and it causes bleeding. So, pay your money and take your poison.

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