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Published in Advanced Melanoma

Journal Scan / Research · October 24, 2022

Obesity Influences Tumor Metabolism in Metastatic Melanoma

Clinical Cancer Research


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Clinical Cancer Research
Obesity is associated with altered tumor metabolism in metastatic melanoma
Clin. Cancer Res 2022 Sep 27;[EPub Ahead of Print], AW Hahn, AV Menk, DB Rivadeneira, RC Augustin, M Xu, J Li, X Wu, AK Mishra, TN Gide, C Quek, Y Zang, CN Spencer, AM Menzies, CR Daniel, CW Hudgens, T Nowicki, LE Haydu, MAW Khan, V Gopalakrishnan, EM Burton, J Malke, JM Simon, C Bernatchez, N Putluri, SE Woodman, V Gopal Y N, R Guerrieri, GM Fischer, J Wang, KM Wani, JF Thompson, JE Lee, P Hwu, N Ajami, JE Gershenwald, GV Long, RA Scolyer, MT Tetzlaff, AJ Lazar, D Schadendorf, JA Wargo, JM Kirkwood, RJ DeBerardinis, H Liang, A Futreal, J Zhang, JS Wilmott, W Peng, MA Davies, GM Delgoffe, YG Najjar, JL McQuade

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