Study: Aspirin cuts death risk for women

03/26/2007 | Yahoo!

A long-term study indicates using low to moderate doses of aspirin may lower the risk of death for older women prone to heart disease. Women in the study who took aspirin had a 25% lower risk of death overall, a 38% lower risk of death from heart disease and a 12% lower risk of death from cancer.

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