Harvard Heart Letter

Aspirin may prevent blood clots in the legs from recurring

Blood clots in the legs are treated with several months of warfarin (Coumadin). After this period, low-dose aspirin may be a reasonable alternative to long-term use of warfarin for preventing another blood clot.
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