A recent research from China on the benefits of aspirin, which is among the controversial topics of the medical world, has come to an end. According to Chinese scientists, using the right dose of aspirin is more effective than reducing cancer risk.
According to a study conducted by more than 600 Chinese researchers, aspirin is effective in preventing cancer.
The study found that people who regularly use aspirin every day for 7 years had a 47 percent reduction in their risk of developing cancer of the liver or food borne.
The risk of getting stomach cancer declined by 38 percent. In the study, it was observed that the risk of lung cancer decreased by 35 percent, leukemia by 24 percent and prostate cancer by 14 percent.
According to the study, regular aspirin use rate of pancreatic cancer is 34 percent less.
Aspirin has also been shown to reduce the risk of large bowel cancer by 24 percent.
"ASPIRIN REDUCES THE RISK OF MANY CANCER TYPES"
Professor who presided over the team that carried out the research. "The long-term use of aspirin has shown that many cancer cancers are reduced," said Kelvin Tsoi.
However, the study also concluded that aspirin was not an effect in preventing spinal cord tumors, breast, bladder and kidney cancers.
Experts also warn the public about the careful use of aspirin. It is known that the long-term use of aspirin, which is known to be good for heart diseases, also causes stomach hemorrhages. For this reason, some doctors do not advise patients to use aspirin for a long time.