Common bone drugs may reduce colon cancer risk
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An international team of researchers has found that the use of bisphosphonates - drugs already taken by millions of healthy women to prevent bone-loss - for more than one year was associated with a 50 percent reduction in the risk of postmenopausal colorectal cancer. The results were published this ... View full resource at physorg.com
Tags: Digestion, Cancer, Colon Cancer, Bone, Drug, Women's Health
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