Recommend Aspirin to FEWER Patients to Prevent First Heart Attack or Stroke

New recommendations will lead to LESS use of aspirin to prevent a FIRST heart attack or stroke.

We know aspirin is beneficial for SECONDARY prevention...in patients who've already had a CV event...because benefits outweigh bleeding risks.

But when to use aspirin for PRIMARY prevention is controversial...because benefit doesn't always exceed risk.

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