Tumor growth in experimental animals: nutritional manipulation and chemotherapeutic response in the rat.

The effects of nutritional manipulation on host body weight dynamics, tumor growth patterns and host-tumor responses to chemotherapy were studied in Sprague-Dawley rats with Walker-256 carcinosarcomas. Group I maintained throughout on a regular diet (RD) gained carcass weight steadily. Group II lost carcass weight while fed a protein-free diet (PFD) but… CONTINUE READING