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Combined Therapy of PPI and Aspirin Decreases Progression of Barrett Esophagus

10:11 EDT 17 Aug 2018 | NEJM

A large, 8-year study supports high-dose proton-pump inhibitor plus daily full-dose aspirin use in patients with well-established Barrett esophagus.

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