Aspirin therapy could reduce the risk of common cancers, study finds

August 6, 2014 6:02 AM

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A small dose of aspirin a day could reduce the risk of getting and even dying from common caners, a study published in the cancer journal Annals of Oncology found.

Professor Jack Cuzick, head of the centre for cancer prevention at Queen Mary University of London, and his team concluded that people aged 50- 65 should consider regularly taking the 75mg low-dosage tablets. However, the drug should be taken for at least five to ten years in order to ensure the ben...

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