“The Drug Combo that Could Reduce Stroke Risk”

Clopidogrel and low dose aspirin reduced stroke risk

(dailyRx News) Many drugs that prevent blood clots are used to reduce stroke risk, but which therapies are the most effective?

A recent review of previous trials examined which combination of drugs was tied to the greatest reduction in stroke numbers.

Researchers found that a dual therapy consisting of clopidogrel (brand name Plavix) and low-dose aspirin significantly reduced the risk of stroke among heart disease patients and stroke survivors.

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