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Researchers Discover Way to Inhibit Growth of Cancers that Thrive on Fats

By The CCM Team

In potentially revolutionary research, Timothy F. Osborne, Ph.D., director of the Johns Hopkins All Children’s  Institute for Fundamental Biomedical Research  in St. Petersburg, Florida and his colleagues may have found a way to interfere with certain biological pathways to deprive some cancer tumors of the fats upon which they thrive.

“Lipids, or fats, are essential building blocks of cell membranes and are involved in many chemical functions in the body. However, an over-accumulation of fats carries the risk for obesity — a serious problem in America today — and also contributes to certain kinds of cancer,” explains Dr. Osborne.

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