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Abstract

Cardiovascular ramifications of therapy-induced epithelial tissue cell senescence in cancer survivors

Jess Lonner*

Cancer survivorship has remarkably improved over the past decades; all the same, cancer survivors are burdened with multiple health complications primarily caused by their cancer medical care. Therapy-induced senescence is recognized as a basic mechanism contributory to adverse health complications in cancer survivors. during this mini-review, we'll discuss the recent literature describing the mechanisms of cancer therapy-induced senescence. We’ll target epithelial tissue cell senescence since it's been shown to be a key player in various vessel complications. We’ll additionally discuss novel senotherapeutic approaches that have the potential to combat therapy-induced epithelial tissue cell senescence.

Published Date: 2022-09-29; Received Date: 2022-09-01