Aspirin could cut cancer risk, but may have side effects - video
12th August 2014
Sarah Williams, senior health information officer at Cancer Research UK, discusses research from Queen Mary University of London that claims taking aspirin daily could prevent the risk of cancer.
Williams says that although the research shows aspirin reduces the chances of developing and dying from cancer, it is important to be wary of possible side effects such as internal bleeding, peptic ulcers or strokes. She adds that a healthy lifestyle can also reduce the risk of cancer
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