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(Medical Xpress)   Cancer-related muscle wasting severity linked to type, size and location of tumor in mice. FFS, somebody cure that mouse   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Cancer, location of the tumor, significant muscle wasting, New research, ovarian cancer, lung cancer, Gustavo Nader, Oncology  
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232 clicks; posted to STEM » on 02 Dec 2022 at 2:20 PM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2022-12-02 2:45:22 PM  
Little known fact: laboratories are the leading cause of cancer in mice.
2022-12-02 4:46:34 PM  
Don't worry subby, we are very good at curing cancer in mice.
2022-12-02 5:24:44 PM  
That was interesting as hell and I learned something.

So if/when I get cancer I need to follow up the chemo or radiation appointments by hitting the weights hard and maybe some steroids.
2022-12-02 5:53:55 PM  

Good luck with that. Lots of cancer patients in my line of work, they all become Gumby with a swollen belly of fluid/nutrients that won't make it past the liver. Depends on dx just like the article says.

It's a very fine line to walk between nutrition and fluid buildup AND encephalopathy in liver cancers.

Again, YMMV
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