Parting Words To Consider

In 2003 the World Health Organization predicted that global cancer rates will increase by 50% BY 2020. In 2010 the President’s Cancer Panel reported that approximately 41% of all Americans will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives.
“Because aspirin prevents the spread of cancers, it could potentially be used as a treatment,” lead researcher of The Lancet study Dr. Peter M. Rothwell told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “In terms of prevention, anyone with a family history would be sensible to take aspirin,” he stated on March 28, 2012.
You owe it to yourself and anyone close to you to carefully investigate these promising new statistics. Talk it over with your physician and together make a decision if this low dose aspirin chemopreventative treatment is right for you.

    
 


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Judi Shirey: Judi is freelance writer for the AspirinCancer.com. She has a degree in Journalism and worked in the medical field for 40 years. If you would like to contact Judi you may reach her at judishirey@gmail.com

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