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  • An aspirin a day keeps the bowel doctor away - by Professor Sir John Burn

    posted on Wednesday, 27th April 2022

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    Over the course of two decades, a thousand patients across the world have taken part in a study that required them to take two aspirins every day, a food supplement or a placebo.

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  • Awards for CaPP3 at the LSUK Conference 2022

    posted on Thursday, 7th April 2022

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    Awards for CaPP3 at the LSUK Conference 2022

    John Burn and Gill Borthwick, on behalf of the CaPP3 team, were delighted to receive awards from Lynch Syndrome UK, in recognition of their services to Lynch Syndrome.

    The awards were presented at the Lynch Syndrome UK annual conference in Birmingham, March 2022

    From left to right: Helen Bufton, Tracy Smith (from Australia), Sir John Burn, Gill Borthwick, Delia Hollingworth, Jennifer Martin, Pam Secret, Ian Frayling


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