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Aspirin does not reduce heart illness, reveals a study

Aspirin does not reduce heart illness, reveals a study

A study report in Australia said that taking aspirin every day does not reduce the risk of death, disability or heart related illness. This is the outcome of five-year clinical trial of Australia.
According to the report, about 19,000 people were included in research called 'aspirin in reducing events in the elderly' (ESPRI) conducted by researchers at Monash University. During the study, it was found that this gradually increases the risk of bleeding.
Dr. John McNeil, Head of Epidemiology and Prevention of Drug Control in Monash University, said that the study took a long time and he hopes that the doctors advising Aspirin will find great help with this finding.
McNeil also said that, despite the fact that Aspirin was present for more than 100 years, we did not know whether or not it is healthy for people of all age, and whether taking this medicine will keep them healthy for a long time.