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Ketogenic Hot Topics Webinar - The Ketogenic Diet Induces Epigenetic Changes in GBM

Read Dr Syed and her team’s research at Imperial College London into the effect of ketogenic diet on brain tumours in mice models.

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  • Dr Nelofer Syed - Senior Research Fellow, Imperial College London

Here Dr Syed shares her team’s research at Imperial College London into the effect of KD on brain tumours in mice models also including an overview of:

  • Classification and incidence of glioblastoma in humans
  • Current treatment protocols and why prognosis is so poor
  • Cancer as a metabolic disease

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