Pretreating Rogue Cancer Cells with Aspirin Cripples Their Resistance To Targeted Therapy

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Rogue Cancer Cells

University of Pittsburgh researchers find that aspirin aids in switching on a death signal for cancer cells and could be used to prevent many aggressive, secondary cancers

For years, we have heard about the health benefits of taking low doses of aspirin

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