Search Results: Prevention, Detection & Risk + Colorectal Cancer (3 results)

Collecting Blood and Stool Samples to Detect Colorectal Cancer or Precancerous Polyps in Lynch Syndrome Patients, CORAL Study

People with Lynch Syndrome at risk for colon cancer

This study will colect blood and stool samples to detect colorectal cancer or precancerous polyps in people with Lynch syndrome.

My Best GI Eating Study

Diet and weight loss study for people who are overweight and at increased risk of colorectal cancer

This study will test three different diets in people who are overweight and who have an increased risk of colorectal cancer. The study will look at whether these diets improve eating and possibly lead to weight loss. 


Atorvastatin ± Aspirin for Colorectal Cancer Prevention for People with Lynch Syndrome


This study will look at how well atorvastatin (a cholesterol lowering agent) works with or without aspirin in preventing colorectal cancer in people with Lynch syndrome. Atorvastatin may lower the risk of developing cancers in the colon and rectum. Aspirin may reduce the risk of colon polyps and colon cancers. Giving atorvastatin and aspirin may work better at reducing the risk of colorectal cancer (CRC) in high-risk individuals with Lynch syndrome.

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