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NSAID/Breast Cancer Study Joins Inconsistent Body Of Data On Relationship

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Long-term, daily aspirin and ibuprofen use are linked to an increased risk of breast cancer in a recent epidemiologic study by Sarah Marshall, University of Southern California, et al.

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