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Aspirin therapy may not help patients with peripheral vascular disease, researchers find
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Aspirin therapy has been a staple of cardiology care for people who have peripheral vascular disease, which causes narrowed arteries and reduced blood flow to the limbs.
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4/18/2017
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Vascular
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