1. Prescribe daily aspirin to prevent colorectal cancers, doctors told  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Daily aspirin ‘prevents bowel cancer for those at high risk’, NHS watchdog says  The Sun
  3. People with genetic condition should be given aspirin daily to slash their risk of colorectal cancer  Daily Mail
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Taking aspirin slashes the risk of cancer for hundreds of thousands of people with an inherited genetic condition, health chiefs have said.Taking aspirin slashes the risk of cancer for hundreds of thousands of people with an inherited genetic condition, health chiefs have said.

Prescribe daily aspirin to prevent colorectal cancers, doctors told

AN ASPIRIN a day could keep bowel cancer at bay – for those at high risk of the killer disease. The painkiller should be given to people to try and prevent diagnosis, health watchdog Nice sai…

Daily aspirin ‘prevents bowel cancer for those at high risk’, NHS watchdog says – The Sun

An estimated 200,000 people in the UK are born with Lynch syndrome. A study showed taking aspirin daily for two years could prevent a diagnosis of the killer disease.An estimated 200,000 people in the UK are born with Lynch syndrome. A study showed taking aspirin daily for two years could prevent a diagnosis of the killer disease.

People with genetic condition should be given aspirin daily to slash their risk of colorectal cancer | Daily Mail Online

“This is important! @NICEComms is recommending people with Lynch syndrome take an aspirin a day to reduce risk of developing bowel cancer. Now if we could just sort out identification of people with this genetic condition we could really make progress! https://t.co/GgCpMk8mGM”

Deborah Alsina on Twitter: "This is important! @NICEComms is recommending people with Lynch syndrome take an aspirin a day to reduce risk of developing bowel cancer. Now if we could just sort out identification of people with this genetic condition we could really make progress! https://t.co/GgCpMk8mGM"