Stunning results — this cheap OTC remedy helps prevent prostate cancer

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Stunning results — this cheap OTC remedy helps prevent prostate cancer

A few years ago, researchers published a paper showing that aspirin can improve outcomes in men diagnosed with prostate cancer.

More recently, researchers in Europe look at the relationship between aspirin use and future development of prostate cancer.

The results show that men who use aspirin have a significantly lower risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Prostate specific antigen (PSA) levels were lower in aspirin users — and the protective effect of aspirin increased over time.

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The human research was coordinated at the Department of Urology, University Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

The findings were published in the World Journal of Urology.

The researchers looked at the effect of aspirin use on prostate cancer development and the levels of prostate specific antigen.

All men have some amount of (PSA) prostate-specific antigen — but it tends to increase in men with prostate cancer.

“We analyzed the influence of aspirin intake on PSA values and prostate cancer development perspective screening study cohort.”

The research used data from over 4000 men taken from a Europe wide prostate cancer screening programme.

“4314 men were included. A prostate biopsy was performed in men with high PSA. Mortality data were obtained through registries.”

The research tracked PSA levels, cancer diagnosis, and cancer outcomes.

“Prostate cancer incidence, PSA, and overall survival were compared between aspirin users and non-users.”

Less than 1/5 of the men in the study were aspirin users.

Aspirin users had a significantly lower risk of developing prostate cancer.

“In our study population, prostate cancer incidence was significantly reduced among patients on aspirin.”

Aspirin users also had significantly lower levels of PSA/prostate specific antigen — meaning lower risk for prostate cancer.

“We found lower prostate-specific antigen values among aspirin users compared to non-users.”

The difference in PSA levels only increased over time.

Men who used aspirin for four years had a significant advantage.

“We found a more distinct difference in PSA values after four years of aspirin intake, suggesting a cumulative effect and a potential protective association between regular aspirin intake and prostate cancer development.”

The findings add to prior evidence showing the benefits of aspirin in prostate cancer.

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This research was carried out at the Beijing Tian Tan Hospital in China. The results were published in the Journal of the Balkan Union of Oncology.

The study recruited over 400 men who had been treated at the hospital for prostate cancer.

“The current study included patients with prostate cancer who were subjected to radical prostatectomy or radical prostatectomy with androgen deprivation therapy.”

That study found that aspirin users had significantly lower rates of prostate cancer recurrence.

“The aspirin group had a significantly better freedom from biochemical failure rate at five years than the control group.”

The researchers found that aspirin was even more protective in men who had a high risk of death from prostate cancer. 

In those men, aspirin use was associated with a 50% higher chance of freedom from cancer at the five year period.

“We demonstrate that the use of aspirin may be beneficial for the biochemical control of prostate cancer.”

Neither study reported any information on the effect of aspirin dose.

But many of the benefits of aspirin can be seen at relatively low doses — 80 to 200mg.

The risks of regular aspirin use at that dose are relatively low.

Using more aspirin requires the use of vitamin K2 and some other supplements to prevent side effects.

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