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Aspirin for the elderly to reduce cancer risk

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Published: 07.11.11
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Sarah Lyness - Cancer Research UK

Sarah Lyness, Director of Information at the charity Cancer Research UK, talks to ecancer at the Aspirin Foundation's 'Aspirin for the older person' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, 3rd November 2011. Given the recent research reported in news about aspirin and cancer prevention, CRUK are looking at the potential for daily doses of aspirin for ages 50-65, patient uptake of preventative aspirin, and ensuring patients are as informed as possible.

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