Physical Activity Counteracts Tumor Cell Growth in Colon Carcinoma C26-Injected Muscles: An Interim Report

@inproceedings{Hiroux2016PhysicalAC,
  title={Physical Activity Counteracts Tumor Cell Growth in Colon Carcinoma C26-Injected Muscles: An Interim Report},
  author={Charlotte Hiroux and Tijs Vandoorne and Katrien Koppo and Stefan De Smet and Peter Hespel and Emanuele Berardi},
  booktitle={European journal of translational myology},
  year={2016}
}
Skeletal muscle tissue is a rare site of tumor metastasis but is the main target of the degenerative processes occurring in cancer-associated cachexia syndrome. Beneficial effects of physical activity in counteracting cancer-related muscle wasting have been described in the last decades. Recently it has been shown that, in tumor xeno-transplanted mouse models, physical activity is able to directly affect tumor growth by modulating inflammatory responses in the tumor mass microenvironment. Here… CONTINUE READING

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