1. Aspirin could cut the risk of death from cancers by 20%, study finds  Daily Mail
  2. Aspirin could cut risk of death in cancer patients by 20%, study suggests  Sky News
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  4. Cancer patients who take an aspirin are 20% less likely to die from the disease  The Mirror
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Cancer patients taking aspirin as part of their treatment could cut their risk of death by 20 per cent, according to a new study led by researchers at Cardiff University.Cancer patients taking aspirin as part of their treatment could cut their risk of death by 20 per cent, according to a new study led by researchers at Cardiff University.

Aspirin could cut the risk of death from cancers by 20%, study finds  | Daily Mail Online

Researchers say "serious consideration" could be given to using aspirin alongside other therapies to treat cancer.Researchers say "serious consideration" could be given to using aspirin alongside other therapies to treat cancer.

Aspirin could cut risk of death in cancer patients by 20%, study suggests | Science & Tech News | Sky News

Researchers review 118 studies, including 250,000 patients with 18 different cancersResearchers review 118 studies, including 250,000 patients with 18 different cancers

Aspirin could ‘cut mortality risk’ in cancer patients by 20%

Taking aspirin alongside cancer treatments could cut patients’ risk of dying by 20 per cent, according to a big review of studies on the topic.Researchers from Cardiff University said theTaking aspirin alongside cancer treatments could cut patients’ risk of dying by 20 per cent, according to a big review of studies on the topic.Researchers from Cardiff University said the

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Painkiller is ‘not a possible alternative to any other treatment’ on its own, researchers stressPainkiller is ‘not a possible alternative to any other treatment’ on its own, researchers stress

Aspirin cuts risk of death in cancer patients by 20%, study shows | The Independent

Top British scientist Professor Peter Elwood conducted a systematic review of 118 observational studies covering patients with 18 different cancers and spotted the link Top British scientist Professor Peter Elwood conducted a systematic review of 118 observational studies covering patients with 18 different cancers and spotted the link

Cancer patients who take an aspirin are 20% less likely to die from the disease - Mirror Online

TAKING aspirin could cut cancer patient’s death risk by a fifth, major research has found.Scientists say “serious consideration” should be givenTAKING aspirin could cut cancer patient’s death risk by a fifth, major research has found. Scientists say “serious consideration” should be given to using the common drug alongside usual therapies …

Taking aspirin could cut cancer patient deaths by 20 per cent, study finds

The medication – commonly used as pain relief – also reduces the spread of cancer within the body The medication – commonly used as pain relief – also reduces the spread of cancer within the body

Taking aspirin could cut risk of cancer death by 20% - Belfast Live