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Is Aspirin a Cancer Prevention Drug?

Summary: Cancer is one of the most feared words in the English language. However, research is now showing that daily aspirin users have a significant reduced risk of many cancers.
Air Date: May 30, 2013
Duration: 10 Minutes
Host: Dr. Michael Smith, MD
Is Aspirin a Cancer Prevention Drug?
In 1915, aspirin was introduced to the United States as a tablet by the German pharmaceutical company, Bayer.

It’s been used ever since for mild aches and pains and for reducing inflammation - becoming one of the most popular medications in history.

Since then, aspirin has been shown in several studies to reduce the risk of heart disease.

Is there anything else that aspirin could possibly do?

Well, according to recent research, aspirin may very well help fight against cancer too.

Learn how how much aspirin is beneficial, and how much is too much.


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