rumor that enteric-coated aspirin doesn't work for preventing cardiovascular disease

Patients are hearing a rumor that enteric-coated aspirin doesn't work for preventing cardiovascular disease.

This stems from a small study that suggests enteric-coated aspirin doesn't inhibit platelets as well as plain aspirin.

It's speculated that enteric-coated aspirin might not be absorbed as well as plain aspirin in some patients.

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