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The Functionality of Chemo-surveillance Dictates the Success of Wound Healing as Well as Cancer Therapy

Submission: April 10, 2021;Published: April 15, 2021


Chemo-surveillance was a natural defense mechanism against cancer brought up by Liau et al. [1] to describe the ability of healthy people to produce metabolites to prevent the evolution of cancer. It turns out that the functionality of chemo-surveillance is really an important mechanism to dictate the success of wound healing as well as cancer therapy, because metabolites involved in chemo-surveillance are the metabolites involved in wound healing [2]. Wound healing and the evolution of cancer are closely related to involve Progenitor Stem Cells (PSCs) as the critical common elements [3,4].

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