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Aspirin may help prevent return of breast cancer
USA Today - Liz Szabo

Breast cancer survivors who took aspirin after completing treatment were half as likely to die or have their tumors spread around the body compared with survivors who didn’t take aspirin, a long-running study of 4,164 nurses showed. The study is the first to find that regular aspirin users had a lower risk of dying from breast cancer, according to the study, published online today in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.