Role of Stem Cells in Cancer Development and Progression


Journal of cancer immunology and Therapy deals with research from all related fields to the Cancer Immunology & Therapy which utilises the immune system as a treatment for cancer. Cancer immunology and therapy deals with Cancer Discovery, Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, Cancer Immunology Research, Cancer Surgery, Advances in Cancer Prevention, Breast Cancer, Cancer Biology, Cancer Treatment, Cancer Management and Research, Integrative Cancer Therapies, Clinical cancer immunology and therapy. and Articles such as research papers, review articles, commentaries and short communications leading to the development of Cancer Immunology and Therapy.

Tumors comprise two types of non-cancerous cells, first recruited cells such as stem cells and macrophages, and second, tissue-steady cells that are part of the tissue including adipose cells, fibroblasts, and steady macrophage-derived cells, all having a significant impact on tumor progression. This review addresses some effects of stem cells on cancer advancement as the predominant outcome of stem cell therapy on cancer cell lines revealed controversial results. In addition, this review will address some reasons of distinct cancer responses and hypotheses the notion of unfolded protein response as a key switch in cancer development.

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