Aspirin Intake May Prevent Cancer
According to medical experts, intake of aspirin in low dosage is good for the body as it helps in cutting down the cancer risk by 25%. It was said that taking low dosage of aspirin once a week or once a month people can cut the risk of having a cancer.
The Daily express reported that Aspirin is prescribed for heart diseases and this study will help people to keep cancer out of their way and live a happy life.
"Regular aspirin use was associated with a significant 22% reduction in head and neck cancer risk. No association was observed with regular ibuprofen use. Aspirin may have potential as a chemopreventive agent but further investigation is warranted", researchers concluded in the study.
Medical experts at the Queen's University, Belfast took information from the National Cancer Institute Prostate, Lung, Colorectal and Ovarian Cancer trial and are conducting the large scale investigation in order to find out the positive effect of Aspirin in the human body. They are also finding out the effect of this medicine on head and neck cancer as well. Researchers said this drug is a "wonderdrug" and can help mankind fight cancer.
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