An Aspirin Every Other Day May Help Reduce Colon Cancer Among Women
Women who took aspirin every other day as part of a massive study had a lower rate of colon cancer after 15 years compared with women who didn’t follow this aspirin regimen, according to results published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
But colon cancer rates were the same after 10 years of study, suggesting that there may be a long lag before any cancer-protective effects of regular aspirin use appear. In addition, the women who took aspirin had higher rates of gastrointestinal bleeding than their counterparts.
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