Reports on TV and in magazines are telling people that it's dangerous to STOP low-dose aspirin

Reports on TV and in magazines are telling people that it's dangerous to STOP low-dose aspirin.

These stories suggest there's a higher risk of MI shortly after stopping aspirin in patients who have heart disease.

This is preliminary. The study is not rigorous enough to draw firm conclusions. But it brings up an important point.

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