The Princeton Branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research aims to advance the science of cancer and metabolism, leading to innovative dietary and pharmacological strategies for preventing and treating cancer
A message from Josh Rabinowitz, Branch Director
Most of us have a sense of what makes a healthy meal. Fish, veggies, water—yes! Burger, fries, soda—not too often! Our principles of healthy eating come largely from epidemiological evidence of which foods, in the general population, favor longevity and cardiovascular health. But cancer patients face a unique health threat.