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A Norwegian cohort study finds that warfarin has broad anticancer potential, which could have implications for medication choice for patients needing anticoagulation

Study showed warfarin users had a significantly lower incidence of cancer in all sites as well as in prevalent organ-specific sites, such as lung and breast

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