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New Study: Aspirin May Cut Risk of Skin Cancer

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(KTVI) - Aspirin is known for its many health benefits pain relief and heart attack prevention, just to name a few.

But results from a Stanford University study show Aspirin could also cut the risk for Melanoma, a form of skin cancer.

Dr. Eva Hurst, a dermatologist at Siteman Cancer Center, talks about the study.  Read more about the study here.

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