Long ago, studies indicated that Aspirin can reduce cancer risks. However, a new study conducted at University of Oxford reveals more benefits to it. The results suggest that it also have the ability to stop the spread of cancer.
The research was conducted by Peter Rothwell, and results agreed with previous studies suggesting that Aspirin is an effective anti-cancer drug. Roughly over a year ago, studies had shown that Aspirin can reduce cancer risks by over 60%.
Lastly, the study suggests that cancer patients who take an Aspirin a day for 6.5 years, would have halve the risk of cancer spreading, comparing to those who doesn’t take Aspirin daily. It sure is effective against cancer, but like any other drug, there are side effects to Aspirin-such as internal bleeding.
So, don’t just all of a sudden take Aspirin everyday without seeking advise from professionals!