Ibuprofen could lower lung cancer risk

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Regular use of ibuprofen may lower the risk of lung cancer among those with a history of cigarette smoking, according to new research. It has been established that chronic inflammation appears to increase the risk of lung cancer, and medicines that reduce inflammation have been shown to reduce this risk. However, few prospective studies have

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