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Cessation of Antiplatelet Therapy May Increase Severity of Cardiac Events

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Coronary artery disease patients who recently stopped use of aspirin or other antiplatelet therapy are at greater risk of death and death/heart attack combined compared to both nonusers and prior users, a study published in the Oct. 19 Circulation finds

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