Aspirin Saves Women from Cardiovascular Death

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Aspirin Saves Women from Cardiovascular Death
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 Jeffrey Berger
Jeffrey Berger

A study of 9 000 women with established cardiovascular disease has found that mortality is reduced by 25 per cent among those taking aspirin, and that the dose of daily aspirin does not affect this result. Jeffrey Berger of Duke University Medical Center told us more about it.
[audio:https://www.audiomedica.com/podcasting/aha2005/Jeffrey_Berger.mp3]

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