For Adults With No Heart Attack or Stroke History, Evidence Says Not to Start Baby Aspirin

July 26, 2023
Joshua Z Willey, MD

Joshua Z. Willey, MD

Dr. Joshua Willey, an associate professor of neurology and a stroke specialist at the Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, said the risk-benefit calculation would also differ for each patient, depending on how long they had been on aspirin and why their doctor recommended the pill in the first place. [read more]

Source: The New York Times
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