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Can aspirin prevent colon cancer?
Possible breakthrough in treatment Watch Dr David Samadi and Marc Siegel talk about Cancer and Colon Cancer on Americas News Hq and Sunday Housecall.
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Can Aspirin Prevent Colon Cancer?
Does aspirin affect colon cancer risk? Kimmie Ng, MD, MPH, discusses the latest research in colon cancer prevention. This is an excerpt from a live video webchat on colon cancer prevention. Watch the full webchat video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuWYOYwkH8k More information on colon cancer treatment and research: http://www.dana-farber.org/Adult-Care/Treatment-and-Support/Colon-Cancer.aspx Transcription: There is a lot of very strong evidence in support of a role for aspirin in preventing colon cancer. Unlike a lot the dietary and vitamin data that we’ve been talking about, there have actually been very good, well-designed, randomized clinical trials comparing aspirin to no aspirin in individuals who already have polyps and in people who have hereditary syndromes that lead to colon cancer, and these studies have shown that taking an aspirin can significantly reduce the risk of getting another polyp and of also developing cancer. So, in these high-risk individuals, aspirin does seem to have a role. And actually just this month, the United States Preventative Services Task Force came out with a recommendation that individuals ages 50 to 59 who have at least a 10% risk of developing cardiovascular disease over the next 10 years should be on a daily aspirin, both for prevention of heart attacks and strokes and other cardiovascular events, but also to prevent colon cancer.
Low-Dose Aspirin and Reduced Risk for Cancer Metastasis
We have known for the past two decades that aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) use reduces the risk of colorectal and other cancers. Today the Lancet published new reports indicating that low dose daily aspirin reduces the risk of distant metastasis of several cancers (Lancet Early Online Publication.) The data came from 51 trials that included over 77,000 patients. This protective effect appears to occur within 3-5 years of beginning aspirin use. It was previously thought that this protective effect would take up to 10 years to have an impact. These trials were originally designed to compare aspirin with no treatment for the prevention of heart disease. In carefully looking at the data it became apparent that regular aspirin use reduced the risk of colorectal cancer as well as esophageal, gastric, biliary and breast cancer. People using 75-300 mg per day were found to have a significant reduction in the total number of cancer cases. Aspirin also reduced the risk of cancer death by 15% within 5 years and people using aspirin for longer duration had a 37% reduction in risk. Interestingly, low dose aspirin appeared to reduce the spread of colorectal cancer to other parts of the body by about 40-50%. This finding is important since it indicates that there might be a role for aspirin use in patients who have cancer or who or at high risk for cancer recurrence. It is important to point out that taking aspirin does have a downside because it increases the risk of bleeding and peptic ulcer disease. The key question now is how do these anti-inflammatory drugs reduce cancer risk and metastatic spread? Aspirin is known to inhibit platelet function by its ability to inhibit the cyclooxygenase enzymes. This blocks the production of pro-inflammatory prostaglandins (like PGE2) that are known to promote the hallmarks of cancer. Recently, PGE2 was also shown to regulate epigenetic changes, like methylation of tumor suppressor and DNA repair genes known to play a key role in the development of cancer (Nat Med, 2012; 18, 224-226). Other mechanisms are likely in play as well and a full understanding of the molecular mechanisms responsible for this protective effect could lead to major breakthroughs in the field of chemoprevention of cancer.
Aspirin For Colon Cancer
Two aspirin a day may block colorectal tumor growth according to a new study, reports Dr. Jennifer Ashton.
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Aspirin For Colon Cancer
Two aspirin a day may block colorectal tumor growth according to a new study, reports Dr. Jennifer Ashton.
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Local researcher discusses his study on the effects of aspirin on reducing colon cancer
Local researcher discusses his study on the effects of aspirin on reducing colon cancer
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Should We All Take Aspirin to Prevent Cancer?
The aspirin compounds naturally found in plant foods may explain the lower cancer rates among those eating plant-based diets. Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at http://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free excerpt from his latest NYT Bestseller HOW NOT TO DIE. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from the sales of his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements go to support the 501c3 nonprofit that runs NutritionFacts.org.) To see the pros versus cons for people trying to prevent or treat heart attacks and stroke, see my previous video, Should We All Take Aspirin to Prevent Heart Disease? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/should-we-all-take-aspirin-to-prevent-heart-disease). If the COX enzyme sounds familiar, I talked about it in my Anti-inflammatory Life is a Bowl of Cherries (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/anti-inflammatory-life-is-a-bowl-of-cherries/) video. Where does one get “dietary nitrates” from? See: Vegetables Rate by Nitrate (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/vegetables-rate-by-nitrate/). Do some plant foods have more aspirin than others? Definitely, in fact some foods have the same amount as a “baby” aspirin. Check out my next video: Plants with Aspirin Aspirations (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/plants-with-aspirin-aspirations). Have a question about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/should-we-all-take-aspirin-to-prevent-cancer and someone on the NutritionFacts.org team will try to answer it. Want to get a list of links to all the scientific sources used in this video? Click on Sources Cited at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/should-we-all-take-aspirin-to-prevent-cancer. You’ll also find a transcript of the video, my blog and speaking tour schedule, and an easy way to search (by translated language even) through our videos spanning more than 2,000 health topics. If you’d rather watch these videos on YouTube, subscribe to my YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nutritionfactsorg Thanks for watching. I hope you’ll join in the evidence-based nutrition revolution! -Michael Greger, MD FACLM http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Subscribe: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/subscribe • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate • HOW NOT TO DIE: http://nutritionfacts.org/book • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Instagram: http://instagram.com/nutrition_facts_org/ • Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NutritionfactsOrgMD • Podcast: http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/
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Low-Dose Aspirin Taken Continuously May Lower Risk of Colon Cancer
A new study conducted by researchers in Denmark has found that long-term use of low-dose aspirin may help prevent colorectal cancer
Understanding the Role of Aspirin in the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer
Adjuvant treatment with aspirin seems to influence the risk of recurrence in patients with colorectal cancer, according to emerging data. Furthermore, Axel Grothey, MD, notes, treatment with aspirin even affects the number of polyps that manifest in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis. For more from this conversation, visit http://www.onclive.com/peer-exchange/colorectal-cancer
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Can colon cancer be prevented with an aspirin a day?
Aspirin, it's probably in your medicine cabinet right now. You likely already know it's good for headaches, but it can also help prevent against one of the most common types of cancer.
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Lynch Syndrome:  Preventing Colorectal Polyps with Aspirin | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Ramona Lim, MD, gastroenterologist at Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, discusses the possible benefits of aspirin for patients with Lynch syndrome as a way to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.
Effects of aspirin on colorectal cancer
In this interview Dr Din, a Cancer Research UK Clinician Scientist and Honorary Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, discusses her work looking at the use of aspirin as a chemopreventative agent in colorectal cancer (CRC) at the 2015 Scientific Conference of the International Aspirin Foundation. Specifically, she discusses the effects of aspirin and other potential chemopreventative agents on the mTOR signalling pathway. This pathway plays a pivotal role in controlling cell survival and regulating cell metabolism and energy balance and its dysregulation has been implicated in the development of several cancers.
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How aspirin stops colon cancer
Thanks to your support, cancer researcher Dr Lesley Stark at the University of Edinburgh has uncovered a way that aspirin might be able to prevent the early growth of tumour cells.
Study Links Aspirin to Colon Cancer Survival
This is the VOA Special English Health Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com People since ancient times have used aspirin-like medicines to fight pain and reduce high body temperature. Modern research has found other uses for aspirin. The drug acts as a blood thinner. It can help blood flow past a blockage in an artery. Blockages can cause heart attacks or strokes. As a result, patients at risk of blockages might be advised by their doctors to take a low-strength aspirin every day. And research continues. A new study has shown that aspirin can improve survival in colon cancer patients.It involved about one thousand three hundred patients with colorectal cancer. The cancer had not spread to other parts of the body yet. The study compared patients who took three hundred twenty-five milligrams of aspirin at least two times a week with those who did not use aspirin. The study found that the aspirin users had an almost thirty percent lower risk of dying from their cancer. That was during an average of eleven years after the cancer was discovered. Andrew Chan of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital led the study. Doctor Chan says the effects appeared especially strong among patients with tumors expressing an enzyme called COX-2. Two-thirds of colorectal cancers produce that chemical. Doctor Chan thinks the aspirin works by blocking it. The study appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association. It was an observational study. In a controlled study, some patients would have taken aspirin. Others would have received a placebo -- sugar pills -- for comparison. Last year, Doctor Chan reported that a long-term study of almost fifty thousand men showed that aspirin can help prevent colon cancer. But the effects required at least six years of regular use. And the greatest risk reductions were in those who took more than fourteen aspirins per week. But the researchers warned that the dangers from such large amounts of aspirin should be carefully considered. Aspirin is a kind of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, or NSAID. The earlier study found comparable reductions from the use of other NSAIDs, but not from the use of acetaminophen. All of these drugs have their uses but they also have risks. Aspirin can cause bleeding in the stomach, the intestines and the brain. People who might want to consider taking aspirin as a preventative measure should first talk to a doctor. And thats the VOA Special English Health Report. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 19Aug2009)
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Baby Aspirin May Play Role In Colon Cancer Prevention
Find out how baby aspirin could play a role in preventing colon cancer in Saturday's Woman's Doctor segment.
The Aspirin-Cancer Link
Dr. David Crockett, MD, medical oncologist at CHI Health Clinic, explains the link between aspirin and cancer. Each day, tens of millions of people use aspirin to reduce their risk of heart attack and stroke. But did you know, a daily aspirin could also decrease your likelihood of developing cancer, particularly colorectal cancer in men? Studies looking at the aspirin-cancer link are still in their early phases, and some still believe that the real long-term risk of aspirin use may still not outweigh the benefits. Therefore, it is important that colon-cancer screening should still be employed. Adults age 50 – 75 should have regular colorectal screenings. Talk to your doctor about earlier and more frequent screenings if you have an increased risk. Colorectal Cancer Risk Factors -You or a close relative have had colorectal polyps or colorectal cancer -You have inflammatory bowel disease -You have a genetic syndrome such as familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) or hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer Don’t be surprised if your doctor prescribes a daily aspirin between colorectal cancer screenings.
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Can An Aspirin a Day Decrease My Risk for Colon Cancer?
Many people believe that taking an aspirin a day can decrease a person's risk for developing colon cancer. Watch this video to find out from Dr. Kozloff if this is myth or fact. Colon Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers submit a question and get the answer from an expert. Submit your question now at, http://www.coloncanceranswers.com This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk. If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
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For some, aspirin may help in heart health and colon cancer fight
For the first time, aspirin is recommended to prevent both cardiovascular disease and a form of cancer. The U.S. Preventive Services task force believes the benefits of daily aspirin use outweigh the risks for some patients. Dr. Tara Narula, cardiologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, joins “CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
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The Connection Between Colon Cancer and Aspirin
For more information visit www.dailyrx.com Aspirin is the go-to medicine for many people with headaches and other common ailments. Now there's some evidence it could have benefits on a larger scale. A Norwegian study showed people with colon cancer who took a daily dose of aspirin had better survival rates than those who skipped the medication. Approximately 5 percent of men and women will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer in their lifetime, according to the American Cancer Institute. The American Cancer Society currently recommends that screening begin at age 50 for people with average risk.
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Insidermedicine In Depth - October 21, 2010 - Aspirin May Reduce Colon Cancer
Taking aspirin over the long term may reduce the risk of developing colon cancer, according to research published online ahead of print in The Lancet. Here is some information about colorectal cancer: • It refers to cancer that originates in the colon or rectum, usually in the inside lining • It is typically a fairly slow growing cancer that can often be cured if caught soon enough • Screening for colorectal cancer is usually performed through a stool test or colonoscopy Researchers from the University of Oxford analyzed data on over 14,000 individuals who participated in one of four studies looking at the effects of taking aspirin on vascular health. Among these participants, 2.8% developed colorectal cancer during the 18 years of follow-up. The investigators looked at the relationship between taking aspirin and the risk of developing this cancer. Using aspirin was associated with a 24% reduction in the 20-year risk of developing colon cancer and a 35% reduction in the risk of dying from this disease. Taking aspirin also reduced the risk of developing rectal cancer, but only slightly. Full benefits of aspirin were seen at doses of 75 mg a day and did not increase with higher doses. Taking 75 to 300 mg of aspirin a day for at least five years lowered the 20-year risk of developing any type of fatal colorectal cancer from 3.5% to 1.5%. Today's research suggests that taking aspirin daily could be a way to help prevent colon cancer. Never start aspirin therapy without first consulting your health care professional.
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Are the benefits of aspirin in colorectal cancer limited to PIK3CA mutated cancers?
Alberto Sobrero provides a critical analysis of evidence currently available that mutations in the PIK3CA gene in colorectal cancer might identify patients that receive greater benefit from aspirin in the adjuvant setting. http://www.esmo.org Video produced by the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO)
Personalized aspirin and NSAID therapy in colorectal cancer prevention
Drs. Mario Dicato and Eric Van Cutsem, along with Dr. Josep Tabernero, chaired the ESMO 15th World Congress on Gastrointestinal Cancer which was held in Barcelona, Spain, 3-6 July 2013. This webcast includes most of the clinical presentations from this premier meeting. Didactic lectures, case studies, debates, and cutting-edge research from expert international faculty comprise the outstanding content of the World Congress. Earn accreditation for this activity at the following location: http://elc.imedex.com/ELC/Activity-Detail.aspx?activityid=6822 © 2013 Imedex, LLC.
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The use of aspirin to prevent cancer
Prof Jack Cuzick explains the benefits and risks of using aspirin in preventative treatment for bowel cancer patients. Watch the full video here: http://ecancerpatient.org/video/53
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Study: Daily Aspirin Helps Ward Off Colon Cancer
A new study is showing how important baby aspirin may be in helping people at risk for colon cancer avoid the disease.
Study  Aspirin may reduce colon cancer risk in women
A new study by researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital shows taking low-dose aspirin every other day may lower a women's risk of colorectal cancer. CBS News' Teresa Garcia reports. electronic health records,electronic health record,health care administration,health administration,health care management,health science degree,health insurance, health information management, individual health insurance, cheap health insurance
CBC News Aspirin and Colon Cancer
A CBC news report concerning the effects of aspirin on colon cancer
Using Aspirin as a Way to Prevent Colorectal Cancer
Andrew T. Chan, MD, MPH, discusses using aspirin as a method of preventing colorectal cancer (CRC).
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Colon Cancer Health: Consider Vitamin D and Calcium or Aspirin
Colon Cancer Health: Dr. Richard M. Goldberg, Physician-in-Chief and Colorectal Cancer Specialist at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center and James Cancer Hospital, provides recommendations about daily supplements to improve colon health. Speak with your own doctor before taking any medication.
Effect of Long-term Use of Aspirin on the Risk for Cancer
This population-based study examines the potential benefits of aspirin use for prevention of overall cancer and specific cancers in 2 US population cohorts of health care professionals from 1980 to 2012. Read the article at: http://ja.ma/1R4jURK. Download the video at: http://bit.ly/1WX8fs6.
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Aspirin May Reduce Colon Cancer Risk, But at What Cost?
Women who take aspirin may be at a decreased risk of colorectal cancer, according to a new study, but the benefits may not outweigh the risks. Everyday Health is your No. 1 resource for health and wellness advice. We make it fun and easy to live a healthier, happier lifestyle. Subscribe now and start feeling better — every day. Like Everyday Health: http://on.fb.me/TcD67y Follow Everday Health: http://bit.ly/TuY0cw Pin Everyday Health: http://bit.ly/Tv4OXu Everyday Health Tumblr: http://bit.ly/OIIjlc Aspirin May Reduce Colon Cancer Risk, But at What Cost? I Everyday Health
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Aspirin may reduce cancer risk, doctors say
Harvard researchers say long-term regular aspirin use may reduce the risk of colorectal and gastrointestinal cancers. Also, potential medical use for broccoli sprouts. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health stories.
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Learn How An Aspirin Can Help Stop Colon Cancer From Forming By Dissolving Polyps Early!
Learn How An Aspirin Can Help Stop Colon Cancer From Forming By Dissolving Polyps Early! http://tinyurl.com/nzsm7wk Have you or a loved one ever had cancer? Have you ever lost a loved one to cancer only after having to watch them suffer on a daily basis? The chances are you said yes just like so much of the rest of us. Cancer is becoming an alarming subject nowadays with the number of cases growing in men in women. For the people who do develop cancer the road is a hard and rugged path. I should know, I have witnessed it first hand with my mother. It was painful for her and everyone who loved her. Although she battled longer than ..."The Dr's." gave her, she sadly lost her battle in 2008. There is nothing like the love of a mother...or the loss of one for that matter. Learn How An Aspirin Can Help Stop Colon Cancer From Forming By Dissolving Polyps Early! The topic of cancer made me cringe. After losing her I felt that I had to find ways to prevent it altogether. I knew there had to be something we as people could do to stop cancer from forming, or at least decrease the chances of it dramatically. In my own opinion, we all need to look out for ourselves. Let's face it, the doctors don't necessary want there to be "one magic pill" to make it all go away. Besides, try letting a doctor tell you about an alternative method for treatment other that chemo, radiation, and medication and they would be in front of a panel getting their license stripped and their butt handed to them! The pharmaceutical companies surely don't want that! There is too much money in the treatment of the crap! I knew we all had to stand up and start our own little war with cancer before it started one with us. http://tinyurl.com/nzsm7wk Learn How An Aspirin Can Help Stop Colon Cancer From Forming By Dissolving Polyps Early! The truth is there are a million things we can do to prevent cancer and not only is it all natural, but it's been under our noses the whole time! There are several things we eat and drink every day that promote cancer in our bodies. Yes, we cause the cancer most of the time! The same goes for our busy schedules without a decent workout routine. I'm not talking about training like Rocky before a fight or like going at it like some vein pumping madman...I mean just a common walk...EXERCISE! It's funny on some of the things I found. Some of the foods we think are so healthy for us can be killing us, and some if not cooked properly. http://tinyurl.com/nzsm7wk Learn How An Aspirin Can Help Stop Colon Cancer From Forming By Dissolving Polyps Early! The findings I have are compiled from years of research, but while doing all this research just alone my wife and I lost 3 more members of our family due to various cancers. And that's what drove me to keep finding the REAL answers, not myths...only facts! Just think that if you took action now to prevent cancer you could live a much longer and more productive life without having to deal with all of it. That's why it's so important for you to get this information I have found. http://tinyurl.com/nzsm7wk http://youtu.be/vMijCMRAa_M
How Aspirin May Help Prevent Certain Kinds of Cancer
A daily low dose of aspirin could potentially combat a variety of cancers, according to a series of studies published in the medical journal The Lancet. Ray Suarez discusses the study and the health benefits and risks of aspirin with Harvard Medical School's Dr. Andrew Chan, who wrote a commentary on the studies.
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COMMD1 pathway activated by aspirin restores apoptosis in colorectal cancer
Dr Stark speaks with ecancertv at the 2016 BACR and ECMC Joint Meeting about the mechanism by which aspirin can prevent colorectal cancer. Having isolated the NFkB pathway, which is inhibited by aspirin via upregulation of COMMD1, Dr Stark describes how apoptosis in colorectal tumour tissues could inspire further cancer treatments.
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Aspirin to prevent stomach and bowel cancers
Evidence suggested that taking aspirin every day can reduce the chance of developing or dying from bowel and stomach cancers. For more news stories visit: http://www.twnd.in/ Connect with us on Social platform at: http://www.facebook.com/theworldnewsdigest Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/fairfest
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Insidermedicine In Depth - September 16, 2010 - Aspirin May Help Prevent Colorectal Cancer
Just a small dose of aspirin taken regularly for a year can help ward off colorectal cancer, according to research published in Gut. Some risk factors for colorectal cancer are: • A high fat diet • A family history of colorectal cancer and polyps • Chronic inflammatory bowel disease, such as ulcerative colitis Researchers from the University of Edinburgh explored the relationship between the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, a class of drugs that includes both aspirin and ibuprofen, and the risk for colorectal cancer among nearly 2,300 individuals with colorectal cancer and nearly 3,000 without the disease. These participants completed questionnaires about their diet and lifestyle habits, and based on these results the investigators classified them as regular users of low dose aspirin, NSAIDs other than aspirin, or any NSAIDs. A regular user was someone who took more than four pills a week for longer than a month. Overall, about 15% of individuals with colorectal cancer were regularly taking low dose aspirin, compared with 18% of those without the condition. This translated to a 22% reduced risk for the disease among those regularly taking low dose aspirin, which was defined as a dose of 75 mg. This reduced risk was evident after one year and increased with longer use. Increased use of non-aspirin NSAIDs and NSAIDs in general was also associated with a lower risk for colorectal cancer, but no connection was seen between survival rates from colorectal cancer and use of any NSAID at any dose. Today's research demonstrates that regular aspirin use can reduce the risk for colorectal cancer even when taken at a very low dose. Do not start taking aspirin for the prevention of disease without first consulting your health care professional.
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Genes Determine Aspirins Preventive Effect on Colon Cancer
Taking a daily dose of aspirin can help lower a person's risk for colorectal cancer. However, recent research has uncovered that the reduced risk of colon cancer is directly linked to the mutation of a gene known as BRAF. To read more... http://www.empowereddoctor.com/genes-determine-aspirins-preventive-effect-on-colon-cancer For similar stories... http://www.empowereddoctor.com/colon-cancer
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Does Aspirin Prevent Cancer?
Consuming a daily dose of aspirin may reduce a woman's risk of ovarian cancer by 20%, according to recent research published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Although this new research contributes to numerous other recent studies showing that aspirin may aid in the prevention of certain cancer types, it still remains unclear if the potential benefits of routine aspirin use outweighs any potential harms.
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The benefits of aspirin to cancer patients
Dr Keith Spencer speaks on behalf of colon cancer patients on the risks and benefits that can be found when taking preventative aspirin.
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Can Aspirin Reduce Risk of Cancer?
Learn how taking Aspirin daily can reduce the risk of cancer. Dr. Meschino explains how Aspirin reduces the risk of cancer & provides a safe natural alternative. Visit http://www.meschinohealth.com/ArticleDirectory/Anti-Inflammatory_Herbs_For_Cancer_Prevention to read Dr. Meschino's full article on this topic.
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Aspirin and Your Health Video - Brigham and Women's Hospital
JoAnn E. Manson, MD, DrPH, discusses the Physicians Health Study, led by researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), which discovered low-dose aspirin could reduce the risk of a first heart attack in men and the Women's Health Study, also led by BWH researchers, which discovered low-dose aspirin could reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack in women over 65 years. Dr. Manson also discusses current research exploring the possible role of aspirin in lowering the risk of colorectal cancer, breast cancer, macular degeneration and slowing cognitive decline. Dr, Manson is Chief of the Division of Preventive Medicine, Co-Director of the Connors Center for Women's Health and Gender Biology, and Co-investigator of the Physicians' Health Study and Women's Health Study at Brigham and Women's Hospital Learn more: • Aspirin and Heart Health White Paper: http://www.brighamandwomens.org/Campaign2014/heart-and-vascular.aspx?CMP=youtube • BWH Heart & Vascular Center: http://www.brighamandwomens.org/Departments_and_Services/excellence/cardiovascular.aspx • Reducing Colon Cancer Risk - A New Use for Aspirin? http://healthhub.brighamandwomens.org/reducing-colon-cancer-risk-a-new-use-for-aspirin
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Aspirin Linked To Colon Cancer Survival
New reports reflect aspirin may have a positive effect on colon cancer patients. According to a current study, colon cancer patients who take low dosages of aspirin were 15 percent more likely to survive in the following years. Though the findings are relatively new, and other factors involved may be of influence, Dr. Kjetil Tasken of Norway believes continued research is "well worth pursuing" Meanwhile, the American Cancer Society stresses the importance of cancer screening, as the best defense is to catch the disease early. http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2016/06/02/Low-dose-aspirin-tied-to-longer-colon-cancer-survival/6511464896717/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Aspirin as Adjuvant Treatment in Colorectal Cancer
In this segment, Richard L. Goldberg, MD, and Howard S. Hochster, MD, comment on using adjuvant aspirin in colorectal cancer.
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Effect of Long-term Use of Aspirin on the Risk for Cancer
This population-based study examines the potential benefits of aspirin use for prevention of overall cancer and specific cancers in 2 US population cohorts of health care professionals from 1980 to 2012. Read the article at: http://ja.ma/1R4jURK.
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Aspirin Can Reduce Cancer Death Rates, But Can Cause Serious Side Effects
It's a common medication with uncommon benefits. Aspirin is one of the most widely used drugs in the world. And a new study just out shows that one low-dose aspirin a day - about 80 milligrams - can significantly reduce the risk of death from some common forms of cancer. But there are some precautions you ought to know about. VOA's Carol Pearson reports.
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