Energy Balance, Aging, Obesity, and Cancer

Posted On 2020-10-09 16:59:48

This series on “Energy Balance, Aging, Obesity, and Cancer” is edited by Nathan A. Berger.

This issue of TCR features a series of articles on the impact of obesity, diabetes, and cancer in the older adult population, focuses on providing a better understanding of the processes noted above, how they may influence cancer promotion and progression, and how they may be mitigated to reduce cancer incidence and its comorbidities.

Apocalyptic horsemen of geriatric oncology
Nathan A. Berger

Review Article
Regulation of aging and cancer by enhanced environmental activation of a hypothalamic-sympathoneural-adipocyte axis
Quais N. Hassan II, Nicholas J. Queen, Lei Cao

Impact of physical activity and energy restriction on immune regulation of cancer
Yitong Xu, Connie J. Rogers

p16 a biomarker of aging and tolerance for cancer therapy
Hyman B. Muss, Andrew Smitherman, William A. Wood, Kirsten Nyrop, Sascha Tuchman, Paramjeet K. Randhawa, Amy R. Entwistle, Natalia Mitin, Shlomit S. Shachar

Association between diabetes, obesity, aging, and cancer: review of recent literature
Judy K. Qiang, Lorraine L. Lipscombe, Iliana C. Lega

Sarcopenia in Aging, Obesity, and Cancer
Jennifer A. Ligibel, Kathryn H. Schmitz, Nathan A. Berger

The focused issue “Energy Balance, Aging, Obesity, and Cancer” was commissioned by the editorial office, Translational Cancer Research without any sponsorship or funding. Nathan A. Berger is serving as the unpaid Guest Editor for the focused issue.