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Le cardio pourrait être la clé pour soigner le cancer
Date:4/25/2013

e non alcoolique pouvant entraîner des cancers du foie, mais nous ne savions pas jusqu'alors que la pratique d'un exercice régulier pouvait réduire le risque de développer un CHC. Cette recherche est cruciale car elle ouvre la porte à d'autres études démontrant que la pratique d'un exercice régulier peut réduire les risques de développer un CHC. »

Le Professeur Jean-François Darfour a ajouté : « Les résultats devraient entraîner de réels bénéfices pour les populations qui sont à risque de cancer du foie et je suis impatient de voir les futures études chez l'homme concernant ce domaine important. Le pronostic des patients atteints de cancer du foie est souvent sombre car seule une certaine proportion de patients pourra recevoir des traitements potentiellement curatifs[2]. Toute nouvelle positive sur le sujet est donc la bienvenue. »

Le CHC prend son origine dans les cellules du foie et est l'une des tumeurs les plus fréquentes. À travers le monde, le CHC représente environ 5,4 % des cancers [3] et provoque 695 000 décès par an[4], dont 47 000 en Europe[5]. C'est la cinquième cause de cancer la plus courante chez les hommes et la huitième chez les femmes.

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