Daily aspirin use is unrelated to COVID-19 and the drug is unapproved as a treatment method for the virus
The new US Preventive Services Task Force guidelines about whether adults over 40 should take aspirin daily to prevent a…
The new US Preventive Services Task Force guidelines about whether adults over 40 should take aspirin daily to prevent a first heart attack or stroke are unrelated to COVID-19. Scientific research is underway to see if aspirin may benefit some COVID-19 patients.
New draft guidance on daily low-dose aspirin use, which no longer recommends it for older adults without heart disease to prevent a first heart attack or stroke, is unrelated to COVID-19. But misleading posts online falsely suggest a connection.
Aspirin does not improve the chances of survival in severely ill COVID-19 patients, early results from one of Britain’s biggest trials studying the commonly used painkiller and blood thinner showed on Tuesday.
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Spooky Reiko Simply declaring the new study to be “misleading” without any explanation as to why is, well, misleading! you’re damaging your credibility by dismissing it without comment.
Peter Luis Venero Thank you for making the cheapest most accessible COVID-19 treatment ever!! I cleared the shelf at my local Walgreens so I can look after my entire street.
Frank Seems the only thing being supported is an injection that isn’t a vcn it still means you get it and spread it and more likely to die while tested medications are being smeared. Alarm bells ring as this is the biggest fraud the world has seen.