This study was published in Integrative Cancer Therapies March 2005 vol. 4 no. 1 25-31
Study title and authors:
Controlling Hyperglycemia as an Adjunct to Cancer Therapy
Cheryl A. Krone, PhD
Institute, PO Box 1969, Palmerston North, New Zealand firstname.lastname@example.org
John T. A. Ely, PhD
Radiation Studies, University of Washington, Seattle.
This paper can be accessed at: http://ict.sagepub.com/content/4/1/25.abstract
Krone notes that high intakes of sugar and refined carbohydrates and elevated blood glucose are strongly associated with the risk of cancer.
This study sought to find out if sugar and refined carbohydrates and elevated blood glucose were also associated with poorer survival rates after diagnosis of breast cancer.
Krone measured blood sugar in a group of cancer patients (some with active disease and some in remission) and found a significant lower average blood glucose in those in remission.
This study shows that high intakes of sugar and refined carbohydrates and elevated blood sugar are strongly associated with the risk of cancer
, and is also associated with poorer survival after diagnosis for early breast cancer.
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