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Aspirin 'reduces chances of cancer'


Scientists claim new evidence shows conclusively that taking aspirin every day reduces the risk of dying from cancer.

Professor of clinical neurology Peter Rothwell and Dr Clare Gerada, of the Royal College of General Practitioners, examine the findings.

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