A major clinical trial shows how to reduce the risk of stomach bleeding occasionally caused by regular aspirin use


A new study led by experts at the University of Nottingham has found that the risk of stomach bleeding caused by using aspirin long-term can be reduced with a short course of antibiotics, potentially improving the safety of aspirin when used to prevent heart attacks, strokes and possibly some cancers.

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