via MSNBC.Com Researchers have found that people who consumed small amounts of aspirin daily for a minimum of three years, were 25% less likely to get cancer than people who didn’t take it. Oxford neurologist Dr. Peter Rothwell says that this may actually be beneficial to people diagnosed with cancer. Read More

Via People at high risk of developing colon cancer can cut their risk of developing the disease by taking a low dose of aspirin once a day, according to a new study. Researchers at the John Radcliffe Hospital and University of Oxford in the United Kingdom found that a 75-milligram dose of aspirin taken […]

Via MSNBC: WASHINGTON – Breast cancer survivors who take aspirin regularly may be less likely to die or have their cancer return, U.S. researchers reported Tuesday. The study of more than 4,000 nurses showed that those who took aspirin — usually to prevent heart disease — had a 50 percent lower risk of dying from […]