Regular Use of Low-Dose Aspirin May Lower Risk of Women’s Breast Cancer, Study Reports

Regular Use of Low-Dose Aspirin May Lower Risk of Women’s Breast Cancer, Study Reports
Regular use of low-dose baby aspirin reduces the risk of women’s breast cancer, according to the first research to reach such a conclusion. Aspirin is already known to reduce the risk of people having heart disease, colon disease and other conditions. The research involved a subset of patients in the huge California Teacher’s Study. Titled “Regular and low-dose

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