A small daily dose of aspirin for everyone aged over 45 could help keep heart disease and cancer at bay, suggest experts. The Oxford University research published in the Lancet showed that taking 75mg of aspirin daily for five years reduces the risk of getting bowel cancer by a quarter, and deaths from the disease by a third.
Rothwell said that he thought it would be "sensible" for people to start taking aspirin at about 45, when the chance of developing bowel and other cancers began to rise. "The risk of cancer goes up substantially between the age of 40 and 55," he added. ANI
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