Daily aspirin may reduce colon cancer risk

on 9/10/15 1:57 am

New research suggests a daily dose of aspirin or a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) can reduce a person’s risk of colon cancer.Their findings suggest a daily baby aspirin (one or two pills) for a minimum of five years may reduce the risk of colon cancer

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on 11/16/15 11:18 pm - Russia

Whenever I heard about cancer feel like if I had cancer I would have died right after hearing that but I would like to tell all of you, do not think as I think because now medicine and other technology has innovated for successful cancer treatment.

(deactivated member)
on 2/9/16 6:50 am

If I were you, I would ask a specialist. When you deal with such a problem, a profesional advice is recommended. A person who has been diagnosed colorectal cancer may utilize a variety of options depending on the stage of the disease process.  Common treatments include biological therapy, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and surgery. Placidway can be a good source of reading and understanding more..