Cervical cancer is the most common malignancy in women worldwide. Cervical cancer develops when cells in the cervix, which link the uterus to the vaginal canal, undergo mutations. Cervical cancer can spread to the lungs, liver, bladder, vaginal region, and rectum by penetrating deep into the tissue.
Antibodies and Cervical Cancer: A Quick Overview
- Introduction to cervical cancer and epidemiology
- Pathways affected in cervical cancer
- Challenges in cervical cancer treatment
- Monoclonal Antibodies in cervical cancer
- Future perspective