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New research suggests aspirin can reduce bowel cancer by 20%  

Middle aged people who swallow an aspirin a day can cut down the risk of bowel cancer by a fifth, according to a recent study in the US.

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Simon Radley Delivers Lecture on Ileoanal Pouches at National Specialist Nurse Symposium

Simon Radley Delivers Lecture on Ileoanal Pouches at National Specialist Nurse Symposium

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What does the HUBBLE trial mean for HALO?

Following the recent publication of the HUBBLE trial results in the Lancet questions have been raised as to the future of the haemorrhoidal artery ligation operation (HALO) procedure. Before giving my view on the role of HALO. I thought it would be important to describe the HUBBLE trial and its findings.

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The first week after the operation was a very trying time for me and psychologically a very difficult transition having a stoma bag fitted. However a trying time made a lot easier thanks to the care and support offered by Mr Radley and Mandy and I know that thanks to Mr Radley’s surgical skills I have not been in any pain since my operation. ”
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