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Monday, January 4, 2016

Aspirin Use Associated With Lower Breast Density

Aunt Minnie (1/4, Yee) reports that aspirin “could be a worthy agent for reducing breast density and, by extension, the risk of breast cancer, according to research presented recently at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.” After examining “medical records for 26,000 women from 36 primary care and ob/gyn practices,” researchers discovered that “women who took 300 mg of aspirin or more per day had a 38% lower likelihood of having extremely or heterogeneously dense breasts.” 

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