Daily acetaminophen cuts risk of prostate cancer by 38%, study finds

05/26/2011 | HealthNews.com

A study in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention found that men who took a single tablet of acetaminophen daily for at least five years reduced their risk of prostate cancer by 38% and were less likely to develop the cancer's aggressive form. In a separate study, published in Cancer Research, prostate cancer patients who engaged in brisk walking three or more hours weekly had a 57% reduction in the risk for disease progression.

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