The global cancer community convening this week in Melbourne, Australia for the UICC World Cancer Congress, prompted Alessandro Demaio, Australian Medical Doctor; Postdoctoral Fellow in Global Health & Non Communicative Diseases at Harvard University, to write this article on the relationship between obesity and cancer:
Given our increased risk of secondary cancers with CLL, getting our weight into a healthy range has to be beneficial.
The comments are also worth a look, particularly the discussion about glucose and cancer growth.
Other related topics, should you wish to read further:
Why weight reduction diets usually fail
Forget fad diets – this is what you should eat
Why bad food is good for business
Photo: Lamb roast anyone?