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The latest evidence for practice

The latest evidence for practice

Cutting Edge

Una Adderley
Senior Lecturer in Research Methods
Teeside University

Choice picks from the research journals, with
some choice comment...

Does taking aspirin daily reduce the risk of dying from cancer?
Although some causative factors have been identified for cancer (such as smoking) there are still many unknown. Studies in animals have suggested that aspirin may reduce the incidence of cancer but the effect in humans has been unclear.

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