Low-dose aspirin use prior to diagnosis of colorectal cancer is associated with better survival outcomes

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Long-term, regular use of baby aspirin-at least 15 times per month-prior to a diagnosis of colorectal cancer may reduce the risk of death from the disease by limiting the spread of cancerous tumors pre-diagnosis, according to a study led by Cedars-Sinai Cancer researchers.

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