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Adding a Ketogenic Diet to Chemo: Improved Outcomes?

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    Brain tumors are a near-certain death sentence, and the treatment process is notoriously arduous and unrelenting. Yet there is evidence to suggest that there may be a way for us to alleviate some of the pain and other treatment-related symptoms for patients. Dr. Thomas Seyfried, professor of biology at Boston College and associate editor of the journal Nutrition and Metabolism, joins host Dr. Bruce Bloom to explore the possibility of combining chemotherapy with a calorie-restricted ketogenic diet, as a means to extend and improve the lives of brain cancer patients.

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    Brain tumors are a near-certain death sentence, and the treatment process is notoriously arduous and unrelenting. Yet there is evidence to suggest that there may be a way for us to alleviate some of the pain and other treatment-related symptoms for patients. Dr. Thomas Seyfried, professor of biology at Boston College and associate editor of the journal Nutrition and Metabolism, joins host Dr. Bruce Bloom to explore the possibility of combining chemotherapy with a calorie-restricted ketogenic diet, as a means to extend and improve the lives of brain cancer patients.

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