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Aspirin may cause esophagus cancer
17:06 03.08.2012
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According to the scientists, taking aspirin may cause esophagus disorders, such as cancer. 
The scientists conducted research on 434 patients. They were taking into account age, sex, alcohol consumptions and other factors, while observing these people. Finally, they concluded that those who took aspirin often had a higher risk for the emergence of esophagus cancer.   
Aspirin inhibits formation of Cox-2 – enzyme, producing inflammation and pain and that becomes reason of cancer development.
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