Stroke Severity Could be Directly Linked with Aspirin Resistance, Study Suggests

February 25, 2015 12:14 PM

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New research from South Korea suggests that individuals with higher aspirin resistance levels may have an elevated risk of more severe, more damaging strokes.

Aspirin is routinely prescribed by doctors the world over as a preventive measure for those in higher stroke-risk categories, having proven effective in preventing or minimizing blood clots. However, data now suggests that not only is aspirin of little to no benefit for around 28% of those it is pre...

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