Aspirin could help reduce risk of death from certain cancers

Published December 4, 2019

Rumble / Health & FitnessUsing aspirin three times per week may reduce risk for death among those with certain types of cancer.
Researchers have found health improvements among seniors with certain types of cancers that use aspirin regularly.
Data shows that patients on an aspirin regimen were 15% less likely to die from their disease than those who didn't it.
According to UPI. seniors with prostate, lung, colorectal or ovarian cancer saw the greatest benefit.