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Jagannath Chatterjee
Go easy on that aspirin if you don’t want to end up with
cancer. This has been the result of a research done by two Indian scientists, platelet biologist Vinod Vijayan and his associate researcher
Subhosree Pradhan. It has been published in the February issue of international science journal Cancer Prevention Research, under the heading Unlocking Aspirin, Chemo-preventive activity: Role of Irreversibility Inhibiting Platelet Cyclooxynage One. The US Preventive Services Task Force recommends a low dosage of aspirin to adults in the age group of ’50s and ’60s to reduce the risk of colon cancer