Vessel Due F

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veron Says:
how can vessel due F helps in eliminating the plaque in the coronary arteries, and what will be the side effects of this medicine if any

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nizar Says:
Do I have to stop asprin heart protect pills ,if I'm taking vessel due f , two pills a day. Thanx

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