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MDLinxA Major Clinical Trial Shows How to Reduce the Risk of Stomach Bleeding Occasionally Caused by Regular Aspirin Use

Working from the hypothesis that stomach ulcer bleeds in people on long-term low-dose aspirin therapy was secondary to H. pylori infection, this team gave antibiotic treatment to aspirin takers who test positive for the bacteria, and followed them for up to 7 years. Protection started rapidly and persisted, while diminishing somewhat, over the period of observation.

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