Low dose of aspirin could cut cancer,...

Low dose of aspirin could cut cancer, study finds

There are 2 comments on the LA Daily News story from Oct 21, 2010, titled Low dose of aspirin could cut cancer, study finds. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

A low dose of aspirin may reduce colon cancer cases by a quarter and deaths by a third, a new study found.

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Officer Black

Santa Clarita, CA

#1 Oct 22, 2010
You know why there isn't a cure for cancer? Cause doctors and pharmaceutical

companies make much more money in the treatment.

I find that disturbing as most of my family has died of cancer or health problems related

to the treatment of.

Please everyone lets get on the same page & put pressure on our politicians to assist

in finding a cure.

www.santaclaritanewsbeacon.com
Rick

Burbank, CA

#2 Oct 22, 2010
Who was this study funded by, Bayer? Natural foods and supplements prevent disease, not drugs. Cancer is an industry and the treatment is the disease. Trust standard snake oil medicine and treat docs like Gods and you're doomed.

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