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The higher levels of insulin-like growth factors in men compared with women throughout life may explain some of the excess risk for colorectal cancer among men . Other obesity-related factors implicated in the etiology of several of the cancers are growth factors, adipokines including adiponectin and leptin, cytokines, and other inflammatory factors, altered immune response, and oxidative stress [23, 82, 130]. In general, many of these potential mechanistic risk factors have not been investigated together with obesity in relation to risk of cancer.
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Cancer and Energy Balance, Epidemiology and Overview by Rachel Ballard-Barbash, David Berrigan (auth.), Nathan A. Berger (eds.)