Metastatic cancer gorges on fructose in the liver

Biomedical engineers have demonstrated that metastatic cancer cells can reprogram their metabolism to thrive in new organs. Cells originating from colorectal cancer change their dietary habits to capitalize on the high levels of fructose often found in the liver. The finding offers both general and specific insights into new ways of fighting metastatic cancer. (Mehr in: Cancer News — ScienceDaily)