Financial Express cited research by Valter Longo of the USC Davis School on how a fast-mimicking diet in combination with chemotherapy, can help reduce tumor growth.
Archive: July 2016
GERO 493, "Longevity and Death among Ancient and Modern European Populations," provided students a look at ancient and modern cultures in terms of longevity, health behaviors and end of life practices.
The Deccan Herald cited research by Mara Mather of the USC Davis School about decision-making in women.
The New York Times quoted Paul Irving of the USC Davis School about cities allocating resources to serve older residents.
The Economist cited research by Valter Longo of the USC Davis School on how a fast-mimicking diet in combination with chemotherapy, can help reduce tumor growth.
A low-calorie fasting-like diet, plus chemotherapy, enables the immune system to recognize and kill skin and breast cancer cells, according to a new study in mice led by Professor Valter Longo. A second study on human patients shows that fasting is safe and may protect against chemotherapy’s side effects.