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Medicine Science

Aspirin Helps Prevent Cancer, New Studies Show 132

Posted by timothy
from the more-aspirin-ya-got-the-healthier-ya-are dept.
kkleiner writes "For years, research has shown that aspirin is beneficial in preventing heart attacks. Now new studies support its ability to prevent cancer as well. The studies, involving tens of thousands of participants over many decades, show reductions of cancer incidence (both short- and long-term) and mortality rate as well as a decrease in metastatic cancer. It still is not known exactly how aspirin and cancer are connected, but those between the ages of 45-50 will now likely consider taking low-dose aspirin daily for the remainder of their lives."
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Aspirin Helps Prevent Cancer, New Studies Show

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