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Using aspirin for cancer prevention

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Published: 24.10.19
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Prof Ruth Langley - University College London, London, UK

Prof Ruth Langley speaks to ecancer at the International Aspirin Foundation Scientific Conference 2019 in Rome about the preventative benefits of taking aspirin for cancer.

She overviews some of the more recent research, which include the benefits and risks of taking aspirin for colorectal cancer.

Prof Langley also touches upon the best age to take the drug, as well as steps one can take if they are thinking about this.

She finalises by exploring the further research needed in this sometimes controversial area, and some of. the varying guidelines across the world.

Read more about the conference here.


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