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Aspirin And Coronary Heart Disease: Findings Of A Prospective Study
E. Cuyler Hammond and Lawrence Garfinkel
The British Medical Journal
Vol. 2, No. 5965 (May 3, 1975), pp. 269-271
Published by: BMJ
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20472910
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Over 1 000 000 men and women answered a confidential questionnaire and were traced for up to six years afterwards. Among other questions each person was asked how often he or she took aspirin--"never," "seldom," or "often." Coronary heart disease death rates were no lower among people who took aspirin often than among those who did not do so.
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