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Cervical cancer progression is regulated by SOX transcription factors: Revealing signaling networks and therapeutic strategies
(Elsevier Science, 2021)
Cervical cancer is the fourth common gynecologic cancer and is considered as second leading cause of death among women. Various strategies are applied in treatment of cervical cancer including radiotherapy, chemotherapy ...
Targeting cancer stem cells by dietary agents: an important therapeutic strategy against human malignancies
As a multifactorial disease, treatment of cancer depends on understanding unique mechanisms involved in its progression. The cancer stem cells (CSCs) are responsible for tumor stemness and by enhancing colony formation, ...