Fasting kills cancer cells of most common type of childhood
This strategy was not effective, however, in another type of blood cancer that commonly strikes adults.

"This study using mouse models indicates that the effects of fasting on blood cancers are type-dependent and provides a platform for identifying new targets for leukemia treatments," said Dr. Chengcheng "Alec" Zhang, Associate Professor of Physiology at UT Southwestern and senior author of the study, published online by Nature Medicine. "We also identified a mechanism responsible for the differing response to the fasting treatment," he added....

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/12/161212133654.htm
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