Slow Cancer Growth by Enjoying Your Life and Staying Connected



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'Looking for a way to slow cancer growth that doesn’t involve toxic chemicals or radiation? Researchers from Ohio State University and Cornell University have found that the positive stress from interaction with other people and the fun of play can help to fight cancer by slowing down tumor growth. 

Although the study, which was published in the journal Cell, looked at the impact of socializing in mice, it is thought that similar effects could be experienced by humans.


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