AMERICAN STROKE ASSOCIATION® AND BAYER® ASPIRIN WORKING TOGETHER TO END STROKE®

Stroke is largely preventable and treatable. And as the national sponsor of Together to End Stroke® we're joining the American Stroke Association® along with doctors, nurses, caregivers, stroke survivors, and more supporters to help spread the word.

Together To End Stroke

Success takes strength in numbers, so we’re calling on you to join in. Here’s how you can help:

Get creative: if you can think of other ways to help, go for it! Every little bit helps, and your ideas may inspire others to join you – or even take action in their own unique ways.
 

American Stroke Association® and Bayer® Aspirin National Sponsorship Announcement

STROKE SURVIVORS HAVE A LOT TO LIVE FORWARD TO

Get inspired by what motivates these stroke survivors.

middle aged woman with younger woman

PENNY S.

“It’s like you’re there, but it’s like you’re in an [out of] body experience.”

SEE PENNY’S STORY >
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ANNA B.

“I didn’t think I was having a stroke. I knew everyone was acting really urgent. It was scary for me!”

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TOM K.

“I had very good handwriting … and now it’s terrible, but that’s a small price to pay in this life and death situation.”

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JOYCE A.

“I’m celebrating my 52nd birthday in two weeks, and … I’m thankful to be alive.”

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TONI G.

“Education is key for me. I feel so good that I’m able to help people.”

SEE TONI’S STORY >

Aspirin regimen products for recurrent stroke prevention

Aspirin is not appropriate for everyone, so be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen.

Bayer® Aspirin is available in a variety of doses and forms. 
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Use as directed.

This tool is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to provide a medical diagnosis, medical advice, or medical treatment. Contact your healthcare provider after using the tool to discuss your heart health or if you have any health concerns.

Estimated risk of a cardiovascular event, specifically, the risk of a heart attack (myocardial infarction or MI) or stroke in the next five years.