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How Aspirin stems Cancer - Study

Researchers have found that these drugs slow the accumulation of a type of DNA change called somatic genome abnormalities, that lead to uncontrolled growth.

The Use of Aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs significantly reduces the risk for cancer, but no one has been able to explain why. 

Now, researchers have found that these drugs slow the accumulation of a type of DNA change called somatic genome abnormalities, that lead to uncontrolled growth. 

Scientists studied 13 people with barrett's esophagus, and found that the use of NSAIDS was associated with a 90 per cent reduction in the rate of mutations. - As reported in NYT and published in IE on July 6, 2013