Aspirin May Reduce Breast Cancer Death Risk, Study Says

A provocative new study suggests that aspirin reduces the odds of death in breast cancer survivors, although doctors caution it is too soon to know if women should start taking the drug as soon as they are diagnosed. The research, part of the long-running Nurses' Health Study, followed 4,164 female nurses who had been diagnosed with early stage breast cancer. Harvard investigators found that nurses who took aspirin -- usually to protect against heart disease -- were 50 percent less likely to...Full Story
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