UCSF Finds Aspirin Effective Against Pancreatic Cancer

UCSF Finds Aspirin Effective Against Pancreatic Cancer

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photo by xandert via MorguefileBay Area scientists reported Monday that aspirin is proving to be a preventative breakthrough in an especially deadly common cancer — pancreatic cancer.

After being diagnosed, 95 percent of patients are dead in five years, but more than half die within six months.

Prof. Matthias Hebrok, a UCSF researcher told KTVU that his team’s remarkable discovery may help prevent this killer from getting started by reducing inflammation.

(READ the story at KTVU-Tv)

 

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