Researchers suggest aspirin slows breast cancer

St. Petersburg, FL -- We're learning more about the possible health benefits of a drug that's likely in your medicine cabinet.

New research shows aspirin can slow the growth of breast cancer cells and reduce the size of tumors.

Researchers at the University of Kansas found the popular painkiller may block the proliferation of new, cancerous cells which stops growth and prevents the spread of breast cancer.

Click here for the research in The FASEB Journal.


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