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Article imageJoe Graedon - December 21, 2023
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Article imageJoe Graedon - May 8, 2024 - 13 comments

The Resurrection of Aspirin as an Anticancer and Pregnancy Drug

We used to say that aspirin was the Rodney Dangerfield of drugs...it didn't get much respect. Aspirin as an anticancer agent should!

Terry Graedon - June 22, 2023

How Do You Weigh the Benefits and Risks of Aspirin?

Terry Graedon - May 18, 2023

Show 1341: Lessons Learned from Long Illness

Terry Graedon - May 10, 2023

New Guidelines Recommend Women Start Screening Mammograms at 40

Terry Graedon - May 10, 2023

Will Statin Drugs Help Fight Cancer?

Terry Graedon - November 30, 2022

Do People Who Skip Meat Have a Lower Chance of Cancer?

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Terry Graedon - November 17, 2022

Does Regular Vigorous Exercise Cut the Chance of Cancer Spread?

Vigorous exercise increases tissue glucose usage, leaving tumors without the ability to spread easily from organ to organ.

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Joe Graedon - August 25, 2022

Do Doctors Tell the Truth About Medical Mistakes?

Medical mistakes are more common than most people realize. Do doctors disclose their errors or try to pretend they never happened? Read the latest study.