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Still more than 2x the cost of generic costco or sams club.
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Heads up, recent research has shown there to be no benefit to daily doses of aspirin in healthy adults. In fact, it may actually be a bad idea to take aspirin daily unless you are already at high risk for heart disease. It seems the increased bleeding risks and lack of preventative effects may convince doctors to stop recommending this, eventually.
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DollarTree every day 60 count for a $1.00
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OK price for this BRAND, but not a good price for the product. Walmart has 500 for $6

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Not a good price and Bayer is one of the most historically evil companies of all time, up there with Monsanto
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Heads up, recent research has shown there to be no benefit to daily doses of aspirin in healthy adults. In fact, it may actually be a bad idea to take aspirin daily unless you are already at high risk for heart disease. It seems the increased bleeding risks and lack of preventative effects may convince doctors to stop recommending this, eventually.
Not a doctor, but a long-term 81mg or higher dose 325mg daily user, I've defied the family genetics I was born with Majority of Americans, male and female lacking in exercise, obese, and with genetic family poor health records, are more likely to meet the criteria to benefit from low dose daily than wont. Eat before dose, I've never had bleeding issues. Aspirin has been demonstrated to have numerous low risk benefits, one of the oldest natural medications.
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Not a good price and Bayer is one of the most historically evil companies of all time, up there with Monsanto
Evil is personal judgment such arguments are made about most all companies for one reason or another.
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Is this basically the same as Ecotrin 81mg?
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Is this basically the same as Ecotrin 81mg?
IMHO yes.
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Not a doctor, but a long-term 81mg or higher dose 325mg daily user, I've defied the family genetics I was born with Majority of Americans, male and female lacking in exercise, obese, and with genetic family poor health records, are more likely to meet the criteria to benefit from low dose daily than wont. Eat before dose, I've never had bleeding issues. Aspirin has been demonstrated to have numerous low risk benefits, one of the oldest natural medications.
Good for you, but you are but one data point. If you've had a heart or stroke, or are at especially high risk for either, a doctor will probably still recommend daily aspirin. For people who are not considered at high risk, it is now thought that there is little to no potential benefit, and there is always risk associated with taking aspirin even if you've been okay in the past. Of course only your doctor can help you decide, but it seems that for people with low to moderate risk of heart disease or heart attack, the risks probably outweigh the benefits.

This has been widely reported by numerous news outlets recently. I'll skip the links to NBC, CNN, NPR, etc., and just include two well-trusted sources. The info is very recent, and both outlets cite the same large, long-term study published in the Lancet.
AARP short article [aarp.org].
National Institutes of Health, a little more in depth. [nih.gov]
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Evil is personal judgment such arguments are made about most all companies for one reason or another.
I suppose the concept of evil is somewhat subjective, but there is no denying that Bayer used slave labor at Auschwitz, sold heroin OTC, they bought Monsanto (known for polluting farmers' fields with GMO pollen, then suing them for growing their own seeds and not paying Monsanto a cut, as well as causing cancer with insecticides), they KNOWINGLY sold HIV-infected blood products, they rushed Traysol to market (it was killing people after surgery, while being 100x more expensive than a much safer generic drug), and they cheated Medicaid out of millions of dollars by lying. The list goes on. But shareholders profited, and they apologized for their role in that Holocaust thing (50 years later) , so I guess evil is relative, right?
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Heads up, recent research has shown there to be no benefit to daily doses of aspirin in healthy adults. In fact, it may actually be a bad idea to take aspirin daily unless you are already at high risk for heart disease. It seems the increased bleeding risks and lack of preventative effects may convince doctors to stop recommending this, eventually.
33% colon cancer risk reduction but have to weigh against gastric ulcer and minimal change disease of kidney
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33% colon cancer risk reduction but have to weigh against gastric ulcer and minimal change disease of kidney
If you're talking about the study I'm thinking of, the authors estimate aspirin could prevent something like 11% of colorectal cancers. CAPP2 was more like a 60%+ reduction but that was in people with Lynch syndrome, who are strongly predisposed to certain cancers. If you have a source for a more generally applicable reduction of 33%, I'd love to read about that.
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If you're talking about the study I'm thinking of, the authors estimate aspirin could prevent something like 11% of colorectal cancers. CAPP2 was more like a 60%+ reduction but that was in people with Lynch syndrome, who are strongly predisposed to certain cancers. If you have a source for a more generally applicable reduction of 33%, I'd love to read about that.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC5590216/



Low-dose aspirin use and risk of CRC

Associations between use of low-dose aspirin and risk of CRC are presented in Table 3. Current low-dose aspirin users had a 34% statistically significant decreased risk of CRC, RR 0.66 (95% CI: 0.60–0.73).
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