Painkillers prescriptions were matched against cancer patients and a statistic was created while trying to find one common thing.
This study concluded that people who got prescription pain-killers were not that likely to suffer from two forms of skin cancer. This type of study is based on the history of many patients and can not really prove the conclusion is a certain thing because there are many unknown parts in the equation. However, one thing is certain. You’re less likely to develop one of the following types of cancer if you take painkillers: squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma and malignant melanoma.