Study: Plavix, aspirin combo won't prevent heart attacks

03/13/2006 | Detroit Free Press

A study released yesterday shows people who didn't have coronary artery disease but demonstrated some conditions that could be related to heart problems were actually at a higher risk for stroke, heart attack or death after taking the blood-thinning drug Plavix in combination with aspirin. The only patients who showed any benefit from the medication combination were those who already were diagnosed with heart disease.

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