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Cilostazol, in combination with aspirin or clopidogrel, reduces risk for recurrent stroke

cilostazol aspirin clopidogrel reduces recurrent stroke

A study presented on Feb. 6 at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference finds that stroke survivors who take cilostazol in combination with aspirin or clopidogrel have less risk of a recurrent stroke compared with those who take aspirin or clopidogrel alone.Read more via American Heart Association Newsroom.

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