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The role of sugars in cancer development is under study by numerous academic institutions. This study conducted by the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center is eye opening. The public health impact and the implications for other types of cancer need further investigation. According to Anthony Heaney, M.D., PhD:

“Pancreatic cancers use the sugar fructose, very common in the Western diet, to activate a key cellular pathway that drives cell division, helping the cancer to grow more quickly, a study by researchers at UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center has found.”

To read more: Pancreatic Cancers Use Fructose, Common in a Western Diet, to Fuel Growth

 

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