Canadian antiplatelet guidelines recommend AGAINST using aspirin routinely for primary prevention

The first Canadian antiplatelet guidelines recommend AGAINST using aspirin routinely for primary prevention...in many healthy patients.

Aspirin is often routinely started after a certain age in patients without heart disease...to prevent a FIRST heart attack or stroke.

But this is falling out of favour.

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