Aspirin may lower women's risk for melanoma
Posted at: 03/13/2013 7:58 PM
A new study suggests aspirin may lower the risk for melanoma in women.
Researchers at Stanford University studied 60,000 women for 12 years. They found those who took aspirin had a 20-percent lower risk for melanoma and the longer they took it the lower their risk.
Dr. Brett Shulman, a dermatologist from Rochester General Hospital, joined News10NBC's Lia Lando to talk about the new study.
To see the interview, click play on the video player above.