Reports on TV and newspapers are suggesting that it's dangerous for patients to stop low-dose ASA

Reports on TV and newspapers are suggesting that it's dangerous for patients to stop low-dose ASA.

This comes from a small study.

It suggests there's a higher risk of heart attacks shortly after stopping ASA in patients who already have heart disease.

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