It’s Possible Blood Pressure Medication Could Reduce Colorectal Cancer Risk

Published Aug 2, 2020

It’s Possible Blood Pressure Medication Could Reduce Colorectal Cancer Risk

An "intriguing" new study examines how blood pressure drugs could reduce a patient’s risk of getting colorectal cancer. Here's what we know.

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