E-book: Using the Diet Induced Obese Mouse Model for Modern Cancer Research
Obesity, linked to an increased risk of various cancers, is not adequately represented in traditional cancer research using outdated healthy mouse models. To bridge this gap, the Diet-Induced Obesity (DIO) mouse model has been introduced, mirroring the modern patient’s health profile, including common comorbidities like obesity and diabetes. This approach, detailed in the playbook, aims to enhance cancer drug trials’ relevance and effectiveness by reflecting the real-life conditions of today’s patients.
Download this E-book to learn:
- The importance of using models that reflect current population demographics, particularly the rising obesity rates, for more relevant cancer research.
- Insight into how the DIO model, established with metabolomics, provides a realistic platform for testing cancer treatments.
- The potential of DIO models to revolutionize our understanding of obesity’s impact on cancer and treatment efficacy.