Cardio polypill: Prevention on the cheap?

An experimental pill combining aspirin, cholesterol medicine and blood pressure meds--everything people need to prevent heart attacks and strokes--was as effective as nearly all of its components taken alone, with no greater side effects, a major study found. Taking the generic "polypill" could cut a person's risk of heart disease and stroke roughly in half, at a much lower cost, researchers said. Report

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