You're going to hear a lot more about "aspirin resistance"

You're going to hear a lot more about "aspirin resistance."

Now that millions of people take low-dose aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease, we're seeing that it doesn't always work.

About 10% of the population might be resistant to aspirin's antiplatelet effects. These patients might be up to 3 times more likely to have a heart attack or stroke.

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