The CDC says high doses of some common medicines are safe for some people.
The agency said it was made aware of the findings from a study published in the medical journal Lancet.
The researchers looked at data from the National Institutes of Health’s National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 2010-2013.
The study was done by the CDC and its National Center for Health Statistics and Prevention.
They used data from a nationally representative sample of about 12,000 adults.
They said the study found that those who took one of the four most common drugs for cancer or HIV were at higher risk for developing cancer.
They were also at higher risks of dying of the disease.
The other three were aspirin, methotrexate and a combination of the two.
The drugs used in the study are also found in many common non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
The four most commonly prescribed drugs are the NSAIDs ibuprofen, naproxen, naprosyn and aspirin.
The CDC also said in a news release that it was “reassuringly” clear that these drugs can reduce the risk of cancer.
In other words, these drugs have been shown to prevent cancer.
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