who should take aspirin for primary prevention of heart disease...and how much they should take

There's confusion about who should take aspirin for primary prevention of heart disease...and how much they should take.

It's often a judgment call.

Aspirin can decrease the risk of a first MI. But it also increases the risk of GI bleeding and hemorrhagic stroke.

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