Aspirin for cancer prevention: promising, but not proven - Harvard Health Publications
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A trio of new studies from the University of Oxford suggests that aspirin is worth testing as a simple way to help prevent cancer. But these are preliminary findings, and you shouldn't start taking an aspirin a day without having a conversion with your doctor. That's because aspirin has side effects that could offset any possible cancer-fighting benefit, including stomach upset, gastrointestinal bleeding and hemorrhagic stroke (bleeding in the brain). The Oxford studies couldn't d View full resource at health.harvard.edu
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