Angiogenesis and cancer stem cells: New perspectives on therapy of ovarian cancer

Volume: 142, Pages: 87 - 94
Published: Dec 1, 2017
Abstract
Failure in ovarian cancer therapy, following cytoreduction and chemotherapy, is related to the presence of cancer stem cells - a small subpopulation of cells resistant to chemotherapy and irradiation - in the tumour which may cause cancer relapse and manifestation of metastases. Therapies targeted at Cancer Stem Cells (CSCs), such as those employing metformin (a drug used in the treatment of diabetes type II) and salinomycin, an antibiotic...
Paper Details
Title
Angiogenesis and cancer stem cells: New perspectives on therapy of ovarian cancer
Published Date
Dec 1, 2017
Volume
142
Pages
87 - 94
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