“It reduces some types of cancer, reduces the spread of cancer, and reduces the risk of people dying from cancer as well.
“So this is a great study and it shows that you can have 75 milligrams, which is the standard dose or we say the baby dose of aspirin, up to 300 milligrams, which we would give to somebody who had a heart attack and they need that for treatment.
“As long as you’re taking, that’s a really good thing to do.”
The doctor also added that you should discuss the pros and cons of whether you should pick up the painkiller to ward off cancer with your doctor.
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