Daily aspirin dose doubles risk of skin cancer in men

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ST.LOUIS, MO-   A new study found a disturbing link between aspirin and skin cancer. Researchers say a daily dose of aspirin could double a man’s risk of developing skin cancer.

Doctors often recommend some patients take a low dose of aspirin every day to prevent heart attacks and stroke.  Other people take aspirin to reduce the risk of breast, colon, prostate and gastric cancers.

 

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