Aspirin therapy - it’s in the genes

Originally published in icon Issue 1 2007

The confusion caused by the apparent inconsistency of aspirin to protect against colorectal cancer may well be down to genetics.  (J. Nat Cancer Inst.2006; 98; 1494-1500).  Andrew Chan of Harvard Medical School believes that Aspirin may have a role to play in all cancers, depending upon the genetic subset of the population to which you belong.  (Ed:  All in all, this means it may help prevent or control.  Or it may not!).Rainbow diet          At Last - the definitive, research based book on how to build a diet to help beat cancer. Click here to read about it.

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