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Colon Cancer Prevention: What Works?

Colon Cancer Prevention: What Works?

A 50-year-old woman who has average risk for developing colorectal cancer undergoes a routine screening colonoscopy. Results are normal. She inquires about which medication she can take to reduce the risk of developing colon cancer. Based on the US Preventive Service Task Force, which of the following should be recommended?

A. Aspirin
B. Hormonal therapy
C. Statins
D. None of the above

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