Cancer Diet Shared by Healthy Cells


January 23, 2013

Chi Van Dang, MD, PhD, director of the Abramson Cancer Center, is quoted in an article in The Scientist about a new study showing that cancer cells use a process called glycolysis - a metabolic mechanism that normal cells were believed to only use in the absence of oxygen - to power rapid growth during early tissue development, even when oxygen is readily available, suggesting that tumors arise out of the normal metabolic processes for tissue growth.

See full article at The Scientist.