Cardiac Pharmacy December 2015 Issue

Guidelines Suggest Aspirin Promotes Heart and Colorectal Health

Expert panel recommends aspirin therapy for primary prevention, but other doctors say the risks may not outweigh the benefits for some people.

Doctors believe a daily dose of aspirin can prevent heart disease, heart attacks, and even colorectal cancer. But are the risks of frequent aspirin use worth it?

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