Does regular aspirin therapy improve survival of prostate cancer patients?

An open-access, full text article in the April issue of the Journal of Urology addresses long-standing questions about the impact of regular aspirin use on the long-term outcomes of men diagnosed with and treated for prostate cancer. … READ MORE

Anti-inflammatories and prostate cancer prevention

Yet again we have the presentation of data suggesting that men who take a regular dose of aspirin (or a similar anti-inflammatory agent) may have a lower overall risk for prostate cancer in general and for high-risk prostate cancer in particular … but please note the word “may” and remember that the daily use of aspirin is not free of risk for side effects — some of which can be significant. … READ MORE …