Aspirin Dangerous and Ineffective for People With Heart Failure

Using aspirin for heart disease has been controversial for years, and now aspirin is in the news again. People with heart failure are often put on blood-thinning regimens with aspirin or sometimes Coumadin (warfarin), but a new study indicates that this is not helpful and could even be harmful. Results from the Warfarin/Aspirin Study in Heart Failure (WASH) show that aspirin and warfarin provide no meaningful benefit to patients with heart failure. Further, those participants who received...

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