How liquid aspirin could kill brain tumours
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How liquid aspirin could kill brain tumours

Researchers think that aspirin in its true liquid form could be a breakthrough treatment to help tackle brain tumours.

The tablet is already used to treat headaches and stop blood clots from forming. But new findings show it has been successful in eliminating diseased cells in brain tumours.

Dr Kieran Breen, of Brain Tumour Research, told the Today programme about the findings.

  • 28 Jun 2016
  • From the section Health