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August 28, 2010


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What are the amounts of aspirin that are associated with this condition? My husband, age 70, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease about 1 1/2 years ago. He has taken 2 Excedrin tablets daily for at least 30 years for headaches that he claims to have every day when he wakes up, or soon thereafter. He hasn't had an MRI to look for brain bleeds but has a family history of cerebral hemorrhage--his father, grandmother and niece (who died at age 38 as a result). I will look forward to hearing from anyone with more information.

Mona Johnson

Pat, I'm sorry to hear about your husband and his family.

I will check to see if the study authors can give us any information on the amount of aspirin involved.

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