Cancer Prevention II pp 51-54
Energy Metabolism, Cancer Risk, and Cancer Prevention
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- Pollak M. (2009) Energy Metabolism, Cancer Risk, and Cancer Prevention. In: Senn HJ., Kapp U., Otto F. (eds) Cancer Prevention II. Recent Results in Cancer Research, vol 181. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
Abstract Research concerning “cancer energetics” has become a popular area of investigation. This topic comprises two distinct fields: energetics at (1) the cellular level and (2) the whole organism level. Both of these have relevance to Cancer Risk and Cancer Prevention.
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