new questions about whether aspirin or warfarin is beneficial for patients with heart failure

There are new questions about whether aspirin or warfarin is beneficial for patients with heart failure.

Many heart failure patients are given low-dose aspirin or warfarin to try to prevent heart attacks or strokes.

But surprisingly, there's no evidence that aspirin or warfarin is beneficial for many of these patients.

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