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Nutrition and the Cancer Problem
Nutrition and Experimental Carcinogenesis
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abnormalities albumin amino acids animals anorexia ascorbic acid associated B. S. Reddy bacterial bile acids Biol breast cancer Brit cachexia caloric intake cancer cachexia Cancer Inst cancer patients Cancer Res carbohydrate carcinogenesis carcinogens carcinoma cell chemotherapy cholesterol Clin co-workers colon cancer consumption controls correlation decreased deficiency dietary fat dietary fiber disease DMBA Drasar E. L. Wynder epidemiological epithelial excretion experimental factors fat diet fat intake fatty acids fecal feeding gastrointestinal tract high fat host hydroxyproline hyperalimentation hypoalbuminemia increased induced intestinal Japan large bowel levels lipid liver loss malignant mammary tumors metabolic metabolites mice MNNG Natl neutral sterols nitrogen normal Nutr nutrients nutritional patients with advanced patients with breast patients with cancer peptides plasma populations Proc protein protein-losing enteropathy radiation rats fed retinoids retinyl role steroids studies T. K. Basu Table Tannenbaum taste therapy thiamin tion tissue tube tumor-bearing vitamin weight