Stopping aspirin therapy risky for stroke survivors

02/3/2005 | Forbes

Discontinuing daily therapeutic aspirin may triple stroke survivors' risk of having another stroke within a month, according to Swiss researchers. The reason is unclear, but stopping aspirin increases blood platelet activity linked to stroke-inducing clots, according to findings reported at the International Stroke Conference in New Orleans.

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