Aspirin May Help Some Breast Cancer Survivors Live Longer — New Research Sheds Light On Who Benefits and Who Doesn’t

Published Aug 12, 2019

Aspirin May Help Some Breast Cancer Survivors Live Longer — New Research Sheds Light On Who Benefits and Who Doesn’t

A process called "methylation," which causes changes in cell DNA activity, could determine which breast cancer patients may live longer after taking aspirin.

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