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Take aspirin immediately after a minor stroke, say researchers

People should consider taking aspirin immediately after a minor stroke to prevent or limit the harm caused by further strokes, researchers say.

Oxford University scientists say though doctors are already advised to give the drug, but the benefits of taking it early on have been hugely underestimated.

Adam Brimelow reports.

  • 19 May 2016
  • From the section Health
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