Scientists from Oxford University have concluded that aspirin can not only help, but to be the cause of death. According to preliminary information, he... Aspirin annually kills thousands of people – study

Scientists from Oxford University have concluded that aspirin can not only help, but to be the cause of death. According to preliminary information, he is daily killing dozens of people. In the UK alone each year aspirin becomes the cause of more than 20 thousand cases of various diseases that lead to three thousand deaths.

According to the study, the risk of death with daily use of aspirin by people suffering from cardiovascular diseases much above, than was considered before that time. Statistics show that about 40% of the residents of the UK aged 75 years regularly take large doses of aspirin to thin the blood. It is believed that thus it is possible to prevent the occurrence of blood clots and reduce the risk of stroke or heart attack. However, experts believe that the risk from a harmless drug is highly underrated. Aspirin can be fraught with consequences for almost all systems and organs, as fragments of the drug is able to penetrate into the cellular connection and leave them in the sediment. The most dangerous component of aspirin is a protein 75S. It leads to the partial destruction of cells and can even become the cause of development of cancer.

According to the Professor of the University of Oxford Peter Rothwell, aspirin can cause many side reactions such as internal bleeding or kidney disease.

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