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To prevent recurrent strokes, should aspirin have a wingman? Maybe not

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In the 1980s, researchers found that aspirin, which is a blood thinner as well as a pain reliever, works powerfully to prevent those so-called secondary strokes. As new blood-thinning medications that work in different ways have become available, doctors have hoped they might do even better than aspirin, or work with aspirin to boost its stroke-prevention powers.


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