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Adults 60 and above not to start daily aspirin for prevention of heart disease, stroke: US task force

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The US Preventive Services Task Force is looking at introducing changes to its guidance on taking aspirin daily to prevent heart disease and stroke.The task force posted a draft statement which recommends that adults, 40 to 59 years of age, having a higher risk for cardiovascular disease, but no history of the disease, talk to their clinician about whether to start taking aspirin, on the basis of their individual circumstances.The draft also states that adults 60 years of age and above should no...
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