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Blindness concern for aspirin users

Taking aspirin for ten years increases the risk of going blind. Scientists say it could lead to neovascular age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Researchers at Wisconsin University in the US found AMD in 1.8 per cent of regular aspirin users, compared with 1 per cent of non-users.

 

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