British Doctors Aspirin Trial
British Doctors Aspirin TrialA randomised controlled trial begun in 1980 that was designed to test chemoprevention with aspirin, which was being used for the primary prevention of vascular disease. Meta-analysis of the BDAT and other data concluded that 75 mg (or more) of aspirin reduces the incidence and mortality of colorectal carcinoma.
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