An aspirin a day cuts the risk of ovarian cancer in women most likely to develop the disease, according to new research. It could protect those with a family history of the disease and carriers of the ‘Angelina Jolie gene,’ say scientists. The painkiller is believed to block triggering proteins. It also douses inflammation, which […]

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