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Melanoma Skin Cancer Risk in Women Could Be Reduced by Aspirin Use

Dr. Richard Besser reports on study that could affect the lives of millions of women.
01:30 | 03/11/2013

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Scientists say regular doses of aspirin may lower the risk of the deadliest type of skin cancer, melanoma in some women. Abc's chief medical editor dr. Richard besser breaks it down for us. Reporter:... See More
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