Aspirin may lower the risk of dying from prostate cancer
- some of the men who took more than three tablets of aspirin weekly and were without diagnosis of prostate cancer recorded 24% lower risk of having lethal prostate cancer.
- the tendency of being diagnosed with either prostate cancer or high-grade prostate cancer was not affected by aspirin intake.
- men with regular aspirin use after diagnosis, recorded 39% lower risk of death from prostate cancer.
- the use of aspirin prior to diagnosis did not show any remarkable difference.
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