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The syllogism seemed so simple: 1) The CV risk reduction of aspirin (ASA) in primary prevention is linearly related to baseline risk; 2) DM is a high-risk population for CV events; and therefore, 3) ASA should be really good for primary prevention in diabetics. Well, it's not quite so simple.

Clinical Briefs by Louis Kuritzky, MD