Harvard Health Letter

Aspirin may help colon cancer patients live longer

It appears that colon cancer patients whose tumors have a mutated form of the PIK3CA gene may live longer if they take aspirin. Aspirin may also help fight other kinds of cancers and protect heart health.
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