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    Default Does Aspirin Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk In Adults? It Depends On When They Start

    Massachusetts General Hospital
    January 21

    Regular aspirin use has clear benefits in reducing colorectal cancer incidence among middle-aged adults, but also comes with some risk, such as gastrointestinal bleeding. And when should adults start taking regular aspirin and for how long?
    There is substantial evidence that a daily aspirin can reduce risk of colorectal cancer in adults up to age 70. But until now there was little evidence about whether older adults should start taking aspirin.

    Read more: https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0121131758.htm
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