Low-dose aspirin may help women reduce their risk of developing breast cancer, a new study published in Breast Cancer Research has suggested.1 Overall, regular low-dose aspirin use (81 mg) was tied to a 16% lower risk of breast cancer in women when taken at least 3 times per week.

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