Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health study highlights aspirin’s prompt usage importance in reducing heart attack deaths after chest pain onset. The study published on May 1, in the Journal of the American Heart Association, says that more than 13,000 heart attack deaths every year could be delayed if people took aspirin within hours of experiencing severe chest pain.

​Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health study highlights aspirin’s prompt usage importance in reducing heart attack deaths after chest pain onset. The study published on May 1, in the Journal of the American Heart Association, says that more than 13,000 heart attack deaths every year could be delayed if people took aspirin within hours of experiencing severe chest pain. 

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