Scientists said taking a low dose for at least six months can reduce the chances of being struck down by almost 50 per cent.
A study involving more than 600,000 people found the common over-the-counter drug was especially effective against types of the killer disease which start in the digestive system.
The risk of cancers affecting the liver and oesophagus were cut by 47 per cent and those beginning in the stomach, pancreas and bowel fell by 38, 34 and 24 per cent respectively.
Aspirin was also found to dramatically reduce cancers of the lung, blo…
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