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Aspirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly (ASPREE-Hub)

The ASPREE study will explore whether a low daily dose of aspirin can help prevent conditions such as heart disease and dementia in older adults, extending their disability-free years of life.

Study Design

  •  Random (by chance) assignment to receive either a low daily dose of aspirin or a placebo (inactive medicine). 

Study Qualifications

  • Age: at least 65
  • African American
  • In good general health

Study Duration

  • Up to 5 years

Study Benefits

  • Health and medical screenings at no cost to you

Study Contact

 If you are interested in participating in ASPREE,  visit or call 336-713-8243.

Last Updated: 09-12-2016
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