Aspirin: too Much of a Good Thing? Part 3

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Jeffrey Berger, MD, from NYU Langone Medical Center in Manhattan, discusses the implications of patients with atrial fibrillation taking anticoagulant and antiplatelet drugs.

Aspirin can prevent heart attacks. But it carries risks and new studies show it is being used inappropriately. HCPLive went to NYU Langone Medical Center in Manhattan to discuss the issue with cardiologist Jeffrey Berger, MD

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