Challenging Cancer: A Stressful Lifestyle Reduces Tumor Growth in Mice

Thursday, July 8, 2010 - 12:21 in Health & Medicine

Stress is often linked to heart disease and other ailments, but a new study suggests that the strains of living in crowded and challenging physical environments might mitigate against cancer. Scientists found that simply placing mice afflicted with cancer in a more complex living environment resulted in a remarkable reduction in tumor growth.

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