Tumor Microenvironment Remodeling: A Key Mechanism in Cancer Metastasis


  • Ziian Hua Yanahd Department of Applied Social Sciences, KMU, PU


Cancer metastasis, the spread of cancer cells from the primary tumor to distant sites in the body, remains a major challenge in cancer therapy. Recent research has highlighted the crucial role of the tumor microenvironment (TME) in facilitating this complex process. This paper explores the intricate relationship between the TME and cancer metastasis, shedding light on the various components of the TME, their dynamic interactions, and how they contribute to the metastatic cascade. Understanding the mechanisms of TME remodeling offers valuable insights for developing novel therapeutic strategies to combat metastatic disease. This comprehensive review delves into the molecular and cellular aspects of TME remodeling, the role of the immune system, and emerging therapeutic interventions to target the TME in cancer metastasis.




How to Cite

Ziian Hua Yanahd. (2023). Tumor Microenvironment Remodeling: A Key Mechanism in Cancer Metastasis. Yashfeen Journal of Health Innovation and Practice, 2(01), 236–251. Retrieved from http://yjhip.com/index.php/Journal/article/view/30