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Celecoxib, DFMO combination improved adenoma burden in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis


In a randomized clinical chemoprevention trial, a combination of celecoxib and diflouromethylornithine resulted in a nonsignificant benefit among patients with familial adenomatous polyposis when adenoma count in a defined area was used as the primary endpoint. However, the combination was well tolerated, and a secondary measure of adenoma burden using a video-based global assessment showed a significant incremental benefit.

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