Study: Long-term aspirin use may lower colon cancer risk

02/4/2008 |

An 18-year study involving 47,000 men revealed that the risk of colon cancer is lower in those who took aspirin for more than five years. The study found that men who took more than two 325-mg aspirins a week decreased their cancer risk by about 21%, while those who took six to 14 aspirins weekly cut down their risk by 28%. Men who took more than 14 pills a week reduced their cancer risk by 70%.

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