Thursday, June 26, 2014

Why Low Dose Daily Aspirin for Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention is Bogus

Paul Fassa
June 25th, 20143
pills aspirin bogus 263x164 Why Low Dose Daily Aspirin for Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention is Bogus As recently as 2007, a massive aspirin TV ad campaign promoting daily low dose aspirins took hold over millions despite the gradually growing awareness of side effects from this routine. Individuals were awakened and obeyed Big Pharma’s TV-time propaganda commands.

Several studies had been conducted on daily aspirin use for over two decades. The studies had mixed results, mostly negative. Gastric hemorrhaging (stomach bleeding) and ulcer production affected close to one-third of the trial subjects. That seemed tolerable to some, if heart attacks were actually reduced.
However, fatal heart attacks were not reduced at all by taking low dose aspirin daily.

The “Warfarin/Aspirin Study in Heart Failure”, known as WASH, was a wash for aspirin. The study, intending to prove low dose aspirin’s efficacy and safety, proved the opposite – which was confirmed by another study that added Warfarin to the not-so-efficacious list of pharmaceutical solutions for cardiac issues.
After a few more years of observation, other side effects manifested. Those on daily aspirin regimens had a twofold increase in hemorrhagic brain strokes, which cripple and kill.

And now, another side effect from daily low dose aspirin has emerged, blindness. The age group usually involved with daily aspirins for heart protection is in the same age group most vulnerable to Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD).

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