The Genesis and Growth of Tumors * II Effects of Caloric Restriction per set

@inproceedings{Tannenbaum2007TheGA,
  title={The Genesis and Growth of Tumors * II Effects of Caloric Restriction per set},
  author={Albert Tannenbaum},
  year={2007}
}
In a previous communication (7) it was shown that the restriction of food intake of experimental groups of mice resulted in the formation of far fewer tumors than were formed in the corresponding control groups which were fed ad libitum. Moreover, thc tumors of the restricted animals appeared at a later time. This inhibition of tumor formation was obtained with all types of tumors studied: spontaneous tumors of breast and lung, and carcinomas and sarcomas induced by a carcinogenic hydrocarbon… CONTINUE READING