안양출장샵 김천출장소이스홍성
jnice12-ipp05-wc-zc-0343
용인출장샵
아산콜걸
문경콜걸강추
문경오피걸
동해출장안마
사천출장안마야한곳
사천오피
양산오피걸
양주출장샵강추

군산출장시×군산안마✒군산출장샵후기ⓛ군산출장만족보장↷군산출장가격☚ 군산흥출장안마

Diet, nutrition, metabolic/hormonal imbalances, energy excess consumption, obesity, and physical inactivity are thought to be important contributors to increasing cancer incidence rates worldwide. However, the mechanisms of action of these factors remain poorly understood. In addition, the contributing influence of dietary transitions from traditional to Western type diets, which is taking place in low- and middle-income countries (e.g. Latin America), are not well studied. Exposure in foetal life/early infancy is likely to play a major role in the risk of cancer and other chronic disease at older ages. Therefore, focusing on diet during pregnancy and the first years of life, as well as environmental exposure, is also of major relevance.

Thus, the main objective of the Nutrition and Metabolism (NME) Section is to address these issues by evaluating the association between diet (including dietary patterns), nutrition, physical activity, and energy imbalance with cancer risk and intermediate outcomes in high and middle- to low-income countries using cohort and case-control designs, or human intervention studies. Emphasis is on improving the accuracy, understanding and interpretation of dietary exposures; developing, validating and disseminating standardized dietary methodologies relevant to international study settings; implementing metabolomics approaches to identify new biomarkers for cancer risk and to study cellular, biochemical and physiological changes involved in cancer aetiology; characterizing gene-diet / nutrient / environment interactions. The Section plays a leading role in the coordination and maintenance of EPIC, a large on-going prospective cohort initiated by IARC, and (co-)leads various EPIC working groups on dietary exposure, food contaminants and different cancer endpoints (colorectal, breast, endometrium, liver, cervical and thyroid) .

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  • 의왕출장만족보장
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  • 군산출장샵후기
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  • 삼척출장시
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    The NME Section comprises the Biomarker Group (BMA), the Nutritional Epidemiology Group (NEP) and the Nutritional Methodology and Biostatistics Group (NMB). BMA is involved in the identification and implementation of new biomarkers for food consumption, physical activity and exposure to environmental risk factors, and the development of metabolomics for biomarker discovery and to characterize metabolic profiles and their modulation in different lifestyle conditions. NEP is involved in coordinating large case-control and cohort studies with particular interest in low- and middle-income countries to determine specific risk factors of clearly phenotyped cancers and to evaluate gene-diet / nutrient / environment interactions and early life events related to cancer risks. Cancers of primary interest include those of the breast, particularly premenopausal breast cancer, endometrium, colon and rectum, liver, pancreas and thyroid. Methodological tools developed in the BMA groups are widely used in these epidemiological studies.
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  • 양산출장오피
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  • 원주출장안마
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  • 상주콜걸

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  • 수원출장마사지

  • A major goal of the Section is to translate nutritional cancer research findings into international public health nutritional and life style recommendations and guidelines for cancer prevention.

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