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Novel Approaches in Cancer Study

Anti-Inflammatory Responses of Natural Products in Wounds and Cancer Infections

  • Open or CloseSonam Pandey1,2*

    1Centre for Stem Cell Research, India

    2Department of Research, India

    *Corresponding author: Sonam Pandey, Centre for Stem Cell Research, Indi

Submission: May 27, 2022 Published: June 20, 2022

DOI: 10.31031/NACS.2022.07.0006556

Volume7 Issue2


The link between wound healing and cancer has been known for a long time. The mechanisms that control wound healing have been shown to promote malignant cell transformation and growth. Chronic inflammation has also been linked to malignant transformation in a variety of tissues. Inflammation and wound healing pathways have recently been found to boost Cancer Stem Cell (CSC) populations. These highly resistant cells can repopulate the tumour after treatment, causing local and systemic recurrences. Although a wound appears to be a simple tissue injury, it can be very complicated depending on the individual’s health and other factors. As a result, wound healing has received a lot of attention in the medical community. Through phases of hemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, and remodeling, wound healing in biology is precise and highly programmed. Antimicrobial agents, healing promoters, and the use of herbal and natural products are some of the current wound healing options. Recent scientific evidence and clinical trials conducted in wound therapy using traditional and alternative medicine show promise for the future.

Keywords: Phytotherapy; Alternative medicine; Traditional medicine; Wound healing; Cancer infections

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