Study: Low-dose aspirin protects with less bleeding after heart attack

03/26/2012 | HealthDay News

Daily low-dose aspirin was associated with fewer major bleeding events than high-dose aspirin without offering less cardiovascular protection, according to researchers who analyzed data on more than 11,000 heart attack patients. The findings were to be presented at a cardiology meeting.

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