Preventing Prostate Cancer
Posted by CancerInformation on November 2nd, 2014
A new study recently unveiled by the American Association for Cancer Research shows that a low daily dose of aspirin by may reduce the risk of prostate cancer by as much as 17%. While aspirin has long been used as a daily preventative for stroke and even heart attacks, it has now been shown to be equally effective n preventing a variety of cancers including prostate, lung, breast, and colon cancers. Aspirin, and other anti-inflammatory drugs of its kind, has been shown to reduce the production of a cancer-causing hormone. This is a big unveiling for the world of cancer prevention and certainly something that many people will be talking with their doctors about in the weeks and months to come.
It is developments such as this that allow people to take control of their lives and do what they can to prevent the onset of cancers of many kinds, including prostate cancer. Here are some other ways to help prevent prostate cancer:
Prostate cancer can’t always be prevented but there’s much that you can do to limit your risks as much as possible. Take control of your life and make your health a priority.
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