Low-Dose Aspirin Stymies Proliferation of Two Breast Cancer Lines, Veterans Affairs Medical Center and University of Kansas Medical Center Study
4/22/2013 7:10:01 AM
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Regular use of low-dose aspirin may prevent the progression of breast cancer, according to results of a study by researchers at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo., and the University of Kansas Medical Center. The study found that aspirin slowed the growth of breast cancer cell lines in the lab and significantly reduced the growth of tumors in mice. The age-old headache remedy also exhibits the ability to prevent tumor cells from spreading.
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