Studies: Celebrex doubles risk of serious heart problems

08/30/2006 | USA Today

Two studies suggest Celebrex, a pain reliever believed to help prevent colorectal polyps, poses such a danger to the heart that patients were warned not to take it to prevent colorectal disease. The Pfizer-made drug was shown to dramatically reduce the risk of recurrent polyps that can lead to cancer, but researchers found it doubled the risk of serious heart problems at the same time.

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