Resistant starch may help prevent some cancers in people with Lynch syndrome
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This study looked at whether a type of nutrient known as resistant starch could lower the risk of cancers in people with Lynch Syndrome. Researchers found that resistant starch can reduce the risk of non-colorectal cancers but not colorectal cancer. (Posted 10/17/22)

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Open Clinical Trials

The following screening and prevention studies are open to people with Lynch syndrome. 

Colorectal cancer

Gynecologic cancers

Prostate cancer

Pancreatic cancer

Other clinical trials for patients with endometrial cancer can be found here.



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