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  • Powering Off Cancer Cancer cells survive and grow according to their own schedule, while managing to survive in inhospitable environments under immune cell attack. The associated survival and growth processes are metabolically demanding ...
    Posted Jun 10, 2017, 6:17 PM by Lyssiotis Lab
  • Should Cancer Patients Take Antioxidant Supplements? While the jury is still out on antioxidant supplements in general, for people with cancer, they cause more harm than good. Antioxidants give foods like blueberries, dark chocolate and pecans ...
    Posted Nov 22, 2016, 6:18 PM by Costas Lyssiotis
  • Connecting Sugar and Cancer: Does One Feed the Other? A U-M cancer metabolism expert says scientists are making real headway in understanding the link between dietary sugar and cancer development. What we are learning about sugar may soon ...
    Posted Nov 22, 2016, 6:17 PM by Costas Lyssiotis
  • Cell Hunters: Starving Pancreatic Cancer by Targeting Cell Metabolism Comprehending how pancreatic tumor cells thrive might be the key to new therapies and diagnostic tools. The biochemical pathways and metabolic requirements that enable tumor survival and growth may be ...
    Posted Nov 22, 2016, 6:23 PM by Costas Lyssiotis
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