Aggrenox or Plavix instead of aspirin to prevent RECURRENT stroke

Reps are promoting Aggrenox or Plavix instead of aspirin to prevent RECURRENT stroke.

For years people have used aspirin to prevent recurrent stroke because it's inexpensive, easy to take, and well-tolerated.

Now recent guidelines suggest that people get fewer recurrent strokes by taking Aggrenox (dipyridamole ER/aspirin) or Plavix (clopidogrel) instead of aspirin.

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