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Risks Of Primary Extracolonic Cancers Following Colorectal Cancer In Lynch Syndrome Sept. 2012
Daily Long Termed Aspirin Use In Lynch Syndrome Carriers Reduces Colorectal Cancers England study conducted by Sir John Burn indicates consistent long termed aspirin use (mean 25 months) at 600 mg a day significantly reduces primary colorectal cancers in those with Lynch syndrome. Substantiates new study to determine effective dosage.
Aspirin Confers Long Term Protective Effect in Lynch Syndrome Patients, Jacqueline K. Beels, Phd.
From the Lancet - Effects of Regular Aspirin On Long Term Cancer Incidence and Metastasis 5/2012
Finnish Researchers ConcludeStudy on LS Mortality
9/5/2012 Multi national study in Spain and in Holland indicates cancer-affected LS patients with the AA genotype have shorter telomeres than those with GG and MMR gene mutation carriers with hTERT rs2075786 are at high risk to develop a LS-related tumor at an early age.
1/2013 Collaborative study on genetic testing on first degree relatives (FDRs): Genetic testing may be underutilized by FDRs at risk for LS. The economic feasibility of screening persons with CRC for LS depends on optimizing family-wide uptake of genetic testing. Future research and clinical efforts should focus on ways to overcome barriers to genetic testing.