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An Aspirin a Day
Still Recommended for Diabetes?

by Laura Hieronymus, MSEd, APRN, BC-ADM, CDE, Stacy Griffin, PharmD, and Amit Vora, MD, FACE

Even though aspirin is readily available over the counter and is relatively low in cost, it’s a powerful medicine. Be sure to review aspirin use with your diabetes care provider to be sure of the recommendation that is right for you.

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