Heart Disease Patients who Quit Their Daily Aspirin Risk Heart Attack, Stroke

Heart Disease Patients who Quit Their Daily Aspirin Risk Heart Attack, Stroke

After a heart attack or stroke, doctors often prescribe patients with a daily dose of Aspirin. Now a new study is warning that if heart disease patients abandon their low-dose therapy, they could be at risk of a subsequent heart attack or stroke. Swedish scientists suggest that if heart attack and stroke survivors ditch their daily low-dose Aspirin, they could be susceptible to a secondary event compared to their peers who stick to the therapy. “Low-dose Aspirin therapy is a simple and inexpensive treatment. As long as there’s no bleeding or any major surgery scheduled, our research shows the significant...

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