Good news for non-haemophiliacs with High BP

Low aspirin, may also prevent colorectal cancer, according to a new study published in The Lancet.

European researchers looked at the 20-year results of over 14,000 patients taking low-dose (75-81 milligrams) versus regular (300-325 milligram) aspirin in four clinical trials originally intended to investigate the medicine’s ability to prevent stroke.  They found that after six years, taking a daily low-dose reduced the risk of colorectal cancer by 24 percent, and colon cancer death rates by 35 percent.

 

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One Response to Good news for non-haemophiliacs with High BP

  1. Pilgrim says:

    Oh joy.
    Just what I wanted to think about before breakfast.

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