New Study Reveals Aspirin Could Reduce Risk Of Developing Melanoma For Women
CHARLOTTE, N.C.--Popping a daily Aspirin could lower women's risk for skin cancer.
A new study found women who took Aspirin for at least five years had their Melanoma risk drop by 30 percent.
Researchers with the Women's Health Initiative don't see the same effect with other pain relievers.
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