Dietary restriction reduces angiogenesis and growth in an orthotopic mouse brain tumour model

@article{Mukherjee2002DietaryRR,
  title={Dietary restriction reduces angiogenesis and growth in an orthotopic mouse brain tumour model},
  author={Purna Mukherjee and Mohga M El-Abbadi and Julie L. Kasperzyk and M K Ranes and Thomas N. Seyfried},
  journal={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2002},
  volume={86},
  pages={1615 - 1621}
}
Diet and lifestyle produce major effects on tumour incidence, prevalence, and natural history. Moderate dietary restriction has long been recognised as a natural therapy that improves health, promotes longevity, and reduces both the incidence and growth of many tumour types. Dietary restriction differs from fasting or starvation by reducing total food and caloric intake without causing nutritional deficiencies. No prior studies have evaluated the responsiveness of malignant brain cancer to… CONTINUE READING

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