Aspirin reduces cancer risk in hereditary cases

28 Oct 2011
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According to a recent study, those with a family history of cancer could cut their risk of developing the disease by taking a daily dose of aspirin.

Researchers in the UK have found that taking aspirin regularly reduces the risk of developing cancer by over 60 per cent for those with a hereditary predisposition to cancer.

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