In the context of oxygenation, Andrew Huberman discusses its role in tumor growth and treatment. He points out that tumor cells thrive in low-oxygen environments, which is due to the Warburg effect discovered by Otto Warburg. This effect explains how cancer cells grow in the absence of oxygen, contrary to normal cells that require oxygen for growth. The discussion also covers the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy as a method to treat tumors by oxygenating them, an area with ongoing research and potential implications for cancer treatment 1.

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Oxygen and Tumor Growth

Robert and Andrew discuss the relationship between oxygen and tumor growth, highlighting how tumor cells thrive in low-oxygen environments. They also explore the concept of hyperbaric oxygen therapy as a potential treatment for tumors.

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