Regular Low Doses of Aspirin Might Lower Chance of Contracting Pancreatic Cancer

June 27, 2014 3:40 AM

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Regular Low Doses of Aspirin Might Lower Chance of Contracting Pancreatic Cancer

A new research report is saying that taking regular low doses of aspirin might lower the chance of contracting pancreatic cancer. The research study was recently printed up in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention and it looked at the various health information from over 360 people who had pancreatic cancer and nearly 700 individuals who did not have the disease.

The research group discovered that those who took low doses on a regular basis reduced the chance of pancreatic cancer by nearly 50 percent for the people who had started an aspirin treatment plan three years before the research study. Those who began an aspirin treatment plan 20 years before the st...

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