Long-Term Aspirin Use Associated With Decreased Cancer Risk

Taking a daily low dose aspirin is recommended to prevent heart disease and more recently, colorectal cancer. But does daily aspirin, over the long-term, also help prevent other types of cancers? A new study examined the potential cancer prevention benefits of aspirin in people who have been taking aspirin on a regular basis for many years.
Taking a daily low dose aspirin is recommended to prevent heart disease and more recently, colorectal cancer. But does daily aspirin, over the long-term, also help prevent other types of cancers? A new study examined the potential cancer prevention benefits of aspirin in people who have been taking aspirin on a regular basis for many years.