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Breaking News: Low-dose aspirin should no longer be initially prescribed to try to prevent a first heart attack, stroke or colon cancer, a U.S. panel suggested.

 
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Low-dose aspirin should no longer be initially prescribed to try to prevent a first heart attack, stroke or colon cancer, a U.S. panel suggested.

Tuesday, October 12, 2021 11:02 AM EST

The draft recommendation is based on mounting evidence that the risk of serious side effects far outweighs the benefit of what was once considered a remarkably cheap weapon in the fight against heart disease.

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