Aspirin reduces Asian women's risk of lung cancer, study finds

04/23/2012 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Asian women who took aspirin at least twice weekly had a much lower lung cancer risk regardless of their history of tobacco use, a study published in Lung Cancer found. Lead researcher Wei-Yen Lim said there could be factors besides education, age, and fruit and vegetable intake that could explain the reduced risk.

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