aspirin instead of warfarin to prevent stroke in some atrial fibrillation patients

Some physicians will now use aspirin instead of warfarin to prevent stroke in some atrial fibrillation patients.

This is based on new findings.

Warfarin is more effective than aspirin...but it's more difficult to use and causes more bleeding.

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