Study: Aspirin therapy lowers stroke risk in older women

A regimen of low-dose aspirin can cut overall stroke risk by 17% for women age 65 and older, a large, decade-long study shows. Medical professionals and patients must be careful to consider the risks of aspirin therapy, which include bleeding.

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