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A new study shows that women who take regular doses of aspirin are less likely to contract skin cancer.
The reason is because cancer is tied to inflammation and aspirin is an anti-inflammatory drug.
Researchers studied more than 50,000 women between the ages of 50 and 79. This is the biggest study ever that focuses on the prevention of melanoma.
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A vaccine against a cervical cancer virus has cut infections in teen girls by half, according to a study released Wednesday.
Ohio lawmakers have been presented with a new Republican-backed legislative measure aimed at curbing abortions.