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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.
So the aspirin idea could pose difficulty to asthmatics due to a sensitivity risk to asprin that can worsen the degree of asthma attacks. This occurs in 2 to 5 percent of asthma population. There are possible medicines that could decrease those risks..i'm not a dr and I'm typing without my glasses:) but I'm curious to see if blood thinning could make an improvement
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