NSAIDs, folate, or vitamin B6 might reduce the risk of breast cancer

Women are hearing that taking NSAIDs, folate, or vitamin B6 might reduce the risk of breast cancer.

This comes from new analyses of two HUGE studies...the Nurses' Health Study and the Women's Health Initiative.

NSAIDs are associated with a lower risk of breast cancer. Taking at least 2 tablets/week for 5 years or more lowers breast cancer risk by about 20%.

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