Study links obstructive sleep apnea with tumour growth in mice

Intermittent interruption of breathing (OSA) has been linked with increased tumor growth cells and a proliferation of melanoma cancer cells, in mice , in a study conducted by researchers in Spain.

Researchers in Spain have identified a link between obstructive sleep apnea and cancer growth in mice. The intermittent interruption of breathing that.
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Professor Farre who was involved in the study acknowledges that intermittent hypoxia (OSA) could “enhance the growth of tumors”.

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