Harvard Heart Letter

6 steps to safer use of triple therapy

People taking the "triple therapy" combination of aspirin, Plavix, and warfarin are at increased risk of bleeding. A panel of experts has recommended a set of guidelines intended to make taking this drug combination safe and effective.
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