Aspirin Prevents Cancer! What YOU Need to Know!

Aspirin is truly a miracle drug!
Aspirin is truly a miracle drug!

Aspirin IS the Miracle Drug! More Good News!

Aspirin prevents many types of cancer! In a recent study that followed over 25,000 people, researchers found that those who took low-dose aspirin had a 21% less risk of developing cancer (during the study)--and a 34% less chance of contracting the disease after five years.

The study is so phenomenal that researchers advise anyone over 40, that they should take an aspirin daily as protection.*

The study found that aspirin particularly guarded against gastrointestinal cancers!

The study was published in the journal, Lancet.

CAUTION: Before starting any new treatment of therapy, be sure to discuss with your health-care professional.

Aspirin is particularly beneficial in protecting against gastrointestinal cancers!
Aspirin is particularly beneficial in protecting against gastrointestinal cancers!

Aspirin & Cancer: More Findings..

The study also found that cancer deaths were reduced for prostate, lung, colorectal or bowel, and oesophageal cancers.

Although aspirin is associated with stomach bleeding, researchers have found that only one in every thousand patients is effected.

CAUTION: If you're over 70, the risk of stomach bleeding rises. Check with your doctor or healthcare professional before starting this or any other new therapy or treatment.

See your doctor or health-care professional to deternine if aspirin is right for you!
See your doctor or health-care professional to deternine if aspirin is right for you!

Madam Aphroditeâ„¢ Speaks...

I have long known of the miracle properties of aspirin and if you don't, you need to do a little internet research on the subject. It truly is remarkable.

CAUTION: If you're 40 or over, be sure to contact your physician or healthcare professional to see if it's advisable that YOU take aspirin as a cancer preventative!

It's important!

CAUTION: The information included herein is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The reader should always consult his or her healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation or if they have any questions regarding a medical condition or treatment plan.

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