Currently displaying 1 – 1 of 1

Showing per page

Order by Relevance | Title | Year of publication

Mathematical Modelling of Tumour Dormancy

K. M. Page — 2009

Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena

Many tumours undergo periods in which they apparently do not grow but remain at a roughly constant size for extended periods. This is termed tumour dormancy. The mechanisms responsible for dormancy include failure to develop an internal blood supply, individual tumour cells exiting the cell cycle and a balance between the tumour and the immune response to it. Tumour dormancy is of considerable importance in the natural history of cancer. In many cancers, and in particular in breast cancer, recurrence...

Page 1

Download Results (CSV)