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Stars in Nutrition and Cancer: Breaking the Obesity-Cancer Link: New Targets and Strategies

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Air date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 2:00:00 PM
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Category: Stars in Nutrition and Cancer
Runtime: 01:07:49
Description: Stars in Nutrition and Cancer

The aim of the lecture is to understand the current status of research on the relationships between obesity and cancer; to explore the established and emerging mechanisms underlying the obesity-cancer link; to discuss the current status of research on the anticancer effects and underlying mechanisms of weight loss and related interventions, including calorie restriction, fasting, fasting-mimicking diets, ketogenic diets, bariatric surgery, and pharmacologic approaches; and to describe approaches to enhance translational progress in obesity, energy balance and cancer research by better integration of preclinical and human research to decrease the burden of obesity on cancer in humans.

For more information go to https://prevention.cancer.gov/research-groups/nutritional-science/about-nutritional-science/stars-nutrition-and-cancer
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NLM Title: Breaking the obesity-cancer link : new targets and strategies / Stephen D. Hursting.
Author: Hursting, Stephen D.
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Abstract: (CIT): Stars in Nutrition and Cancer. The aim of the lecture is to understand the current status of research on the relationships between obesity and cancer; to explore the established and emerging mechanisms underlying the obesity-cancer link; to discuss the current status of research on the anticancer effects and underlying mechanisms of weight loss and related interventions, including calorie restriction, fasting, fasting-mimicking diets, ketogenic diets, bariatric surgery, and pharmacologic approaches; and to describe approaches to enhance translational progress in obesity, energy balance and cancer research by better integration of preclinical and human research to decrease the burden of obesity on cancer in humans.
Subjects: Neoplasms--etiology
Neoplasms--prevention & control
Obesity--complications
Obesity--prevention & control
Publication Types: Lecture
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NLM Classification: QZ 202
NLM ID: 101744881
CIT Live ID: 31583
Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/watch=31583