Jon LaPook about a new study that indicates a daily dose of aspirin could be harmf. We are seeing an evergrowing body of evidence suggesting that acquiring aspirin long-term stops the development of several types of cancer , Dr. Boris Pasche, an oncologist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham who was simply not involved in the research, told MedPage Today. In August, a study also released in the Journal of National Malignancy Institute found that individuals who required aspirin daily were 16 % less likely to die from malignancy, compared to people who don’t consider the pill. The entire reduction was driven partly by a 40 % reduced threat of dying from cancers of the gastrointestinal tract, including esophageal, stomach and colon cancers.Surrey Police have apparently already interviewed Dr Irwin last year and will question him again this week twice. At present the maximum penalty for aiding and abetting suicide in England and Wales is definitely 14 years in prison and the 74-year-old former UN medical director and head of the Voluntary Euthanasia Society has recently received a law enforcement caution. He doubts he has broken the law ,as the individuals all died internationally, and says he had not been mixed up in suicides directly, but just gave advice. Dr Irwin has evidently turned away another 25 people because they were not really terminally ill. He intends to continue to help ill Britons terminally, unless he is told that he is breaking the law categorically.