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5-Aminosalicylate use and colorectal cancer risk in inflammatory bowel disease: a large epidemiological study
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    5-Aminosalicylate use and colorectal cancer risk in inflammatory bowel disease
    • Dr Prem Chattoo, Gastroenterology and Hepatology
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      • Dr Shamsul Alam Bhuiyan

    Dear Editor,

    We read this article with great interest. Thanks to author for submitting an interesting article. If the patients were on prednisolone or other immunosuppressive drugs then possible effects on CRC risk may be influenced by use of glucocorticoids or immunosuppressant. Question is which drugs really reduce the risk of colorectal cancer risk? As any effect of 5-ASA therapy on the risk of CRC could be me...

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