Daily aspirin could save lives of older Americans at risk of heart disease
from Medical News Today
Wider use of daily low-dose aspirin by older Americans at risk of heart disease could reduce their risk of heart attack, prevent some cancers and death from cancer, and help them live longer. Over 20 years, such a move could save hundreds of thousands of lives and result in an estimated $692 billion in net health benefits. So concludes a study from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and published in the journal PLOS One.
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