Vitamin E, aspirin may not protect women against cancer

Neither low-dose aspirin nor vitamin E, despite their rise in popularity, help women avoid cancer or heart disease, suggests a study released yesterday by Women's Health Study. "The best thing for prevention is to follow a healthy lifestyle, eat a healthy diet, exercise and avoid smoking. But low-dose aspirin is not effective in reducing cancer incidence," said Nancy R. Cook, one of the study's collaborators.

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