January 30, 2012

Study questions aspirin regimen


It’s been a common part of preventive care for people worried about heart attacks, but a new study could have hundreds of thousands of Americans rethinking that daily dose of aspirin…Dr. Steve Campbell at Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato said the research could change the way doctors in Mankato and everywhere else handle aspirin use in patients. “I think it is worth looking into further,” Campbell said. “Don’t blindly put folks on aspirin on the assumption that everybody benefits.”

Mankato Free Press, by Robb Murray, 01/27/2012

Tags: Aspirin, Cardiology, Dr. Steve Campbell, heart attacks, Mayo Clinic Health System, Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato, preventative care, Preventive Medicine, Research

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