Cancer Metabolism

Cancer metabolism refers to the differences in cellular metabolism pathways seen in cancer cells vs most normal tissue cells. Cancer cells undergo multiple metabolic changes, including increased aerobic glycolysis, decreased oxidative phosphorylation, and increased production of biosynthetic intermediates required for cell growth and proliferation. One method of dealing with cancer cells is to starve them to death by denying them nourishment, particularly glucose.

Treatment for cancer metabolism:

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