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Holland J Scott

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University, 9820 ,Merelbeke, Belgium

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    Stem Cell Behavior in Cancer
    Author(s): Holland J Scott*

    The body's proper operation and maintenance depend on stem cells. Undesirable ways of behaving can debilitate the insusceptible framework, making people more defenceless to contaminations and different infections. Unhealthy behaviors contribute to mental health conditions like anxiety and depression, which can have a significant impact on mental health. Stem cells contribute to the repair and regeneration of damaged tissues in healthy individuals, ensuring that organs and tissues function normally. Tumor initiation, progression, and resistance to therapy all depend on cancer stem cells (CSCs). CSCs' uncontrolled self-renewal and differentiation may result in the development of tumors and the body-wide spread of cancer. CSCs are impervious to traditional disease treatments like chemotherapy and radiation, prompting backslide and unfortunate therapy results. Studies have shown t.. View More»

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