Is aspirin effective for primary prevention of colon cancer?
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Aspirin probably shouldn't be used for routine prevention because of its potential risks (strength of recommendation [SOR]: B, systematic review of inconsistent evidence). However, aspirin is likely to be effective for secondary prevention of colorectal adenomas (SOR: A, systematic review).
Journal of Family Practice, 59(7) 2010: 410c-410d.
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