Nutritional Ketosis Condition and Specific Ketogenic Diet, May Benefit Cancer Patients as an Alternative Treatment by Sudden Change in the Metabolic State of Cancer Cells.

@article{Niknamian2016NutritionalKC,
  title={Nutritional Ketosis Condition and Specific Ketogenic Diet, May Benefit Cancer Patients as an Alternative Treatment by Sudden Change in the Metabolic State of Cancer Cells.},
  author={Soroush Niknamian},
  journal={International Science and Investigation journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={5},
  pages={28-48}
}
  • Soroush Niknamian
  • Published 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • International Science and Investigation journal
Cancer disease is the second cause of death in the United States and world-wide. Most Researchers estimate that 595,690 of American people will die from cancer at the end of the year 2017. That means 1,600 deaths/day approximately. 39 Cancer in modern societies is commonly treated with the combination of organ surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Many kinds of diet strategies have been experimented. However, none of them have been particularly effective. Interestingly, there is some applied… 

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