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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Plavix oral     1044 User Reviews
Coumadin oral     609 User Reviews
warfarin oral     486 User Reviews
clopidogrel oral     73 User Reviews
aspirin oral     47 User Reviews
Eliquis oral     44 User Reviews
Brilinta oral     43 User Reviews
Persantine oral     12 User Reviews
Jantoven oral     12 User Reviews
dipyridamole oral     9 User Reviews
Adult Low Dose Aspirin oral     6 User Reviews
ticagrelor oral     4 User Reviews
Ecotrin oral     3 User Reviews
aspirin rectal     2 User Reviews
Bayer Aspirin oral     2 User Reviews
Enteric Coated Aspirin oral     2 User Reviews
Bufferin oral     2 User Reviews
Bayer Advanced oral     2 User Reviews
aspirin, buffered oral     1 User Reviews
Aspir-81 oral     1 User Reviews
Bayer Plus Extra Strength oral     1 User Reviews
Analgesic oral     1 User Reviews
Aspirin Low Dose oral     1 User Reviews
Aspirin Low-Strength oral     1 User Reviews
Women's Aspirin with Calcium oral     1 User Reviews
apixaban oral     1 User Reviews
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Lite Coat Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
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St Joseph Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
St. Joseph Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
E.C. Prin oral     Be the first to review it
Lo-Dose Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
Bayer Chewable Low Dose Aspirin oral     Be the first to review it
vorapaxar oral     Be the first to review it
Zontivity oral     Be the first to review it

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