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Both do thin the blood but asprin is an entirely different family of medicines.
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Sorry, I guess I'm not following your question, then! Can you say a little bit more?
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There's an expanding research field looking at the effect of low dose asprin on vascular epithelium and consequences for hypertension. I wouldn't be entirely surprised if this wasn't the relevent mechanism associated with potential protective effects rather than via anti-coagulation.
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