Study: Three-drug regimen makes strokes less severe

04/24/2006 | United Press International

Harvard researchers recommend combining aspirin and drugs for cholesterol and blood pressure as a superior defense in reducing the severity of a stroke. The team studied medical records and found patients taking all three drugs as an anti-stroke strategy had less severe strokes, shorter hospital stays and better recovery than patients taking no drugs or fewer than the three.

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