By David Mittleman

Daily Aspirin Can Cut Cancer Risk

A new study’s findings suggest that doing one simple action a day could mean a reduced risk of cancer and death. Researchers from Queen Mary University of London found that by taking one aspirin per day for 10 years, individuals age 50-65 could cut their risk of bowel cancer, oesophageal cancer, and stomach cancer by 30-35% and their rate of death by 35-50%. Aspirin dosage was between 75 and 100 mg and had to be taken for a total of 5 years before benefits were seen.

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