Medication risks raise questions
A new study says a common blood thinner prescribed to prevent heart attacks may not work any better than aspirin alone, and may not be worth possible bad side effects. A cardiologist talks about what we're learning about the costs and benefits of new and old medications.
- Kevin Graham: Cardiologist at the Minneapolis Heart Institute, Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
- About Kevin Graham
- American College of Cardiology
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