Marker polyps do not cause colorectal cancer

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Marker polyps do not cause colorectal cancer
Marker polyps do not cause colorectal cancer
Although serrated polyps usually are associated with colorectal cancer, it turns out that such polyps are themselves not dangerous, according to a Norwegian study released this week in BMJ Gut, a journal on gastroenterology & hepatology. Although serrated polyps may be precursors of colorectal cancer (CRC), prospective data on the long-term CRC risk in individuals with serrated polyps are lacking.
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