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Aspirin reduces increased CRC risk associated with obesity, Lynch syndrome

An increased risk for colorectal cancer was found to be associated with obesity in patients with Lynch syndrome, but regularly taking aspirin reversed the risk, according to study results.“This is important for people with Lynch syndrome but affects the rest of us too.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Aspirin, the anti-inflammatory drugs, and high-dose fish oil will all reduce PGE2, which is a driver for CRC.



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