Several large studies have shown that daily doses of aspirin protect against colon cancer. This type of study reinforces the link between ________________ and ____________ . (A) mutations, polyps (C) aspirin, stomach upset(B) cancer, diet (D) cancer, chronic inflammation immune check point inhibitors are ____________ which ______________. (A) chemicals, activate T cells (C) antibodies, activate T cells (B) chemo drugs, kill tumor cells directly (D) enzymes, break up tumors Increased colonoscopies has led to earlier detection of colon cancer. However, recent studies have shown that less expensive, lower-tech options like ___________ offer nearly the same screening benefit. (A) flexible sigmoidoscopy (C) CT scans(B) fecal occult stool testing (D) fecal DNA testing PSA testing and mammography have led to undertreatment. (A) True (B) Unclear (C) False The chromosomal location of the APC gene was originally identified by finding a region of the genome that was _________ in patients with colorectal cancer. (A) deleted (B) unchanged (C) normal (D) unclear

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Several large studies have shown that daily doses of aspirin protect against colon cancer. This type of study reinforces the link between ________________ and ____________ .

(A) mutations, polyps (C) aspirin, stomach upset
(B) cancer, diet (D) cancer, chronic inflammation

immune check point inhibitors are ____________ which ______________.

(A) chemicals, activate T cells (C) antibodies, activate T cells (B) chemo drugs, kill tumor cells directly (D) enzymes, break up tumors

Increased colonoscopies has led to earlier detection of colon cancer. However, recent studies have shown that less expensive, lower-tech options like ___________ offer nearly the same screening benefit.

(A) flexible sigmoidoscopy (C) CT scans
(B) fecal occult stool testing (D) fecal DNA testing

PSA testing and mammography have led to undertreatment.

(A) True (B) Unclear (C) False

The chromosomal location of the APC gene was originally identified by finding a region of the genome that was _________ in patients with colorectal cancer.

(A) deleted (B) unchanged (C) normal (D) unclear

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