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21 Ara 2020

Obesity is a well-known carcinogenic factor for colorectal
cancer [1, 2]. However, the relationship between obesity and
malignancy is still not well understood. Obesity can cause
production of VEGF, angiopoietin-2, and other growth factors
that induce tumor growth [3, 4]. It can also cause insulin
resistance, hyperinsulinemia, and increased production of
adipokines and proinflamatory cytokines that may be associated
with tumor progression [5]. A recent study suggested a
link between obesity and sporadic MSI-high colorectal cancer
in women [6]. … Read More