Gene mutation identifies colorectal cancer patients who live longer with aspirin therapy

Aspirin therapy can extend the life of colorectal cancer patients whose tumors carry a mutation in a key gene, but has no effect on patients who lack the mutation, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists report in the Oct. 25 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.

View the original article here: Gene Mutation Identifies Colorectal Cancer Patients Who Live Longer With … – Science Daily (press release)

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