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Study: Aspirin Use May Cut Melanoma Risk

Study: Aspirin Use May Cut Melanoma Risk

A new study from Stanford University suggests aspirin users might cut their cancer risk.  Researchers found among 60,000 women with skin cancer, aspirin users cut their risk as much as 30%.  It's thought because aspirin is anti-inflammatory, that could be providing protection.  On the other hand, scientists say more research is required. 

 

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