Can a daily aspirin protect me from coronary heart disease?
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Aspirin will decrease the risk of first heart attack by around 23% in those indiviuals without known heart disease. In those with known heart disease it will prevent around 31% of future heart attacks. The dose of aspirin is between 81-325mg/d in the former group. These numbers are derived from more than 16 studies involving more than 95,000 patients.

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