Aspirin could be effective against ovarian cancer

03/29/2004 | BBC

U.S. researchers reported at a cancer research conference that plain aspirin and similar non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs could fight ovarian cancer by blocking the Cox-2 protein. Aspirin is already believed to be effective in protecting against breast, colon and bowel cancers.

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