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Dr. Thomas Seyfried N.

Professor

Boston College

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Boston College

38 Commonwealth Avenue

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02467

United States

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
The Remi Savioz Glut 1 Foundation

Education

Master's degree
Genetics
Illinois State University

Ph.D.

Boston College School of Medicine

Ph.D.
Genetics and Biochemistry
University of Illinois , Urbana

PhD

Boston College

PhD

University of Illinois

undergraduate degree

University of New England

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Blog | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss | Tim Ferriss's 4-Hour Workweek and Lifestyle Design Blog

fourhourworkweek.com [cached]

In fact, I had discussed the ketogenic diet and the fascinating research being carried out by Thomas Seyfried and Dominic D'Agostino, among others, in my original draft.

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On the surface, the strategy of using drugs to cut off a tumor's supply of nutrients is not unlike the strategy advocated by Thomas Seyfried, at Boston College, who is the author of Cancer as a Metabolic Disease.
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Warburg "had this thing pegged," Seyfried says.
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Unlike most cancer metabolism researchers, Seyfried is primarily focused on non-toxic therapies, particularly the ketogenic diet, which has been used as a therapy for epilepsy for decades. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, very low-carbohydrate diet, though Seyfried believes the diet also has to restrict calories to be effective against cancer.
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When Seyfried, D'Agostino, and colleagues combined a ketogenic diet with hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) in a mouse model of aggressive metastatic brain cancer, they were able to dramatically shrink tumors and increase the average survival time from 31.2 days for mice on a standard diet to 55.5 days, a significant increase for an advanced cancer.
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"Everybody's always saying, 'We want something that targets the cancer cell but spares the normal cell,'" Seyfried says.
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Or, as Thomas Seyfried of Boston College puts it, "We found out that the son of a bitch is right!"


Blog | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss | Tim Ferriss's 4-Hour Workweek and Lifestyle Design Blog

fourhourworkweek.com [cached]

In fact, I had discussed the ketogenic diet and the fascinating research being carried out by Thomas Seyfried and Dominic D'Agostino, among others, in my original draft.

...
On the surface, the strategy of using drugs to cut off a tumor's supply of nutrients is not unlike the strategy advocated by Thomas Seyfried, at Boston College, who is the author of Cancer as a Metabolic Disease.
...
Warburg "had this thing pegged," Seyfried says.
...
Unlike most cancer metabolism researchers, Seyfried is primarily focused on non-toxic therapies, particularly the ketogenic diet, which has been used as a therapy for epilepsy for decades. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, very low-carbohydrate diet, though Seyfried believes the diet also has to restrict calories to be effective against cancer.
...
When Seyfried, D'Agostino, and colleagues combined a ketogenic diet with hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) in a mouse model of aggressive metastatic brain cancer, they were able to dramatically shrink tumors and increase the average survival time from 31.2 days for mice on a standard diet to 55.5 days, a significant increase for an advanced cancer.
...
"Everybody's always saying, 'We want something that targets the cancer cell but spares the normal cell,'" Seyfried says.
...
Or, as Thomas Seyfried of Boston College puts it, "We found out that the son of a bitch is right!"


In fact, I had discussed the ...

fourhourworkweek.com [cached]

In fact, I had discussed the ketogenic diet and the fascinating research being carried out by Thomas Seyfried and Dominic D'Agostino, among others, in my original draft.

...
On the surface, the strategy of using drugs to cut off a tumor's supply of nutrients is not unlike the strategy advocated by Thomas Seyfried, at Boston College, who is the author of Cancer as a Metabolic Disease.
...
Warburg "had this thing pegged," Seyfried says.
...
Unlike most cancer metabolism researchers, Seyfried is primarily focused on non-toxic therapies, particularly the ketogenic diet, which has been used as a therapy for epilepsy for decades. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, very low-carbohydrate diet, though Seyfried believes the diet also has to restrict calories to be effective against cancer.
...
When Seyfried, D'Agostino, and colleagues combined a ketogenic diet with hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) in a mouse model of aggressive metastatic brain cancer, they were able to dramatically shrink tumors and increase the average survival time from 31.2 days for mice on a standard diet to 55.5 days, a significant increase for an advanced cancer.
...
"Everybody's always saying, 'We want something that targets the cancer cell but spares the normal cell,'" Seyfried says.
...
Or, as Thomas Seyfried of Boston College puts it, "We found out that the son of a bitch is right!"
...
Or, as Thomas Seyfried of Boston College puts it, "We found out that the son of a bitch is right!"
...
After doing so, I am mystified as to why there has not been more progress with testing 3BP and other non toxic small molecules mentioned by Seyfried as chemotherapeutic agents.


In fact, I had discussed the ...

fourhourworkweek.com [cached]

In fact, I had discussed the ketogenic diet and the fascinating research being carried out by Thomas Seyfried and Dominic D'Agostino, among others, in my original draft.

...
On the surface, the strategy of using drugs to cut off a tumor's supply of nutrients is not unlike the strategy advocated by Thomas Seyfried, at Boston College, who is the author of Cancer as a Metabolic Disease.
...
Warburg "had this thing pegged," Seyfried says.
...
Unlike most cancer metabolism researchers, Seyfried is primarily focused on non-toxic therapies, particularly the ketogenic diet, which has been used as a therapy for epilepsy for decades. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, very low-carbohydrate diet, though Seyfried believes the diet also has to restrict calories to be effective against cancer.
...
When Seyfried, D'Agostino, and colleagues combined a ketogenic diet with hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) in a mouse model of aggressive metastatic brain cancer, they were able to dramatically shrink tumors and increase the average survival time from 31.2 days for mice on a standard diet to 55.5 days, a significant increase for an advanced cancer.
...
"Everybody's always saying, 'We want something that targets the cancer cell but spares the normal cell,'" Seyfried says.
...
Or, as Thomas Seyfried of Boston College puts it, "We found out that the son of a bitch is right!"


hyperbaric medicine Archives - Hyperbaric Medical Solutions

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Featuring Dr. Thomas Seyfried - Professor at Boston College and author of Cancer as a Metabolic Disease

Cancer as a Metabolic Disease - Dr. Thomas Seyfried
Part three in our speaker series on the ketogenic diet in conjunction with hyperbaric oxygen therapy features Dr. Thomas Seyfried. Dr. Seyfried, renowned in the field of cancer research, was recently featured in The New York Times Magazine revisiting an old idea of using metabolism to starve cancer. Dr. Seyfried's book Cancer as a Metabolic Disease has opened new doors in the management and care of cancer with the core principle that there are metabolic solutions in treatment and prevention. His findings show a combination of a ketogenic diet and hyperbaric oxygen therapy can work synergistically, without major side effects, to fight cancer as well as potentially augment response to conventional cancer therapies. Register for free to come hear Dr. Seyfried talk about the recent shifts in the focus to prevent and fight cancer.
Eventbrite - Thomas Seyfried, PhD: Metabolic Solutions to Prevent & Fight Cancer
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