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Aspirin may prevent certain cancers, mental decline MP3

New research indicates that a daily dose of Aspirin for people more than 70 years of age may help prevent gastro intestinal cancers and dementia. The researchers are also trying to establish if the benefits of a daily dosage outweigh the risks. Source: abc.net.au

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