Monday, 1 October 2018

Aspirin is beneficial in controlling cancer: a new research

Aspirin medicine has been found to be beneficial in the prevention of cancer. Researchers in the new research have said that cancer patients can be prevented from spreading to other organs by giving aspirin supplements in controlled quantities. Significantly, aspirin is usually used in fever and mild pain. In many research, it has been found to be beneficial in heart disease, stroke and cancer. Researchers have found evidence of the additional effect of this drug on cancer for the first time.
Researchers from the UK's Cardiff University analyzed data of 71 medical research for this. The 65-year-old colon cancer patient who has received aspirin remains the same as a five-year-old person who does not take medicine.
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