Fatty diet can boost previously underperforming cancer drugs
Cancer Insulin P13K Inhibitor

Fatty diet can boost previously underperforming cancer drugs

Endre Szvetnik
Endre Szvetnik

Scientists have discovered how to use some cancer drugs' side effects to make them more potent. They checked the unwanted spike in insulin levels that made the compounds less effective.

In 10 seconds? Researchers have given a new lease of life to a group of poorly performing cancer drugs that cost a lot of money to develop. They've thwarted the process that reduces their efficiency and the key to this was a diet that suppresses insulin levels.

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