An aspirin a day could keep cancer away, says study
August 6 , 2014
A study in the UK has revealed that one aspirin a day could dramatically reduce people’s risk of getting cancer.
The study says that over 130,000 lives could be saved in 20 years if people in the age group of 50 to 64 took an aspirin a day for 10 years.
Professor Jack Cuzick, who led the research group, said a regular dosage of 75mg should be considered by people in that age group. He said he had been taking aspirin daily himself “as part of a bedtime ritual”.