Monitoring Biochemical Changes In Patients With Cervical Cancer

Authors

  • M. Meldintha Mary, Dr. M. Jeyaraj, Dr. V. Eugin Amala

Abstract

Cervical Cancer Is A Type Of Cancer That Occurs In The Cells Of The Cervix, The Lower Part Of The Uterus That Connects To The Vagina. It Is Due To The Abnormal Growth Of Cells That Have The Ability To Invade Or Spread To Other Parts Of The Body. In Cervical Cancer Patients A Simple And Easy Blood Based Tumor Marker System Might Be An Useful Tool To Know Extent Of Tumor Progression. Subsequently, Such Markers Can Be Useful To Correlate With The Response To Anticancer Treatment And Disease Recurrence. Keeping In View, The Present Study To Investigate The Haemato- Biochemical Profile Changes In Cervical Cancer Patients Of Rural And Urban Area Of Salem District.  Eighty Eight Samples Of Cervical Cancer And Equal Number Of Health Control Subjects Were Taken In This Study. Results Of The Study Indicates  That  Cancer  Has  A  Significant Impact  On  Some  Of  The  Haematological And Biochemical Parameters.  It  Is  Recommended That All Cervical Cancer Patients Should Have Routine Haematological  And  Biochemical Markers  Monitoring  To Reduce  The  Negative  Effect  Of  The  Disease  And Improve  The  Quality  Of  Life  Of  Cervical  Cancer Patients In  Salem  Area. There  Is  Need  For  Public Enlightenment  Programme  On Prevention And  Need For Regular  Pap Smear  Screening Among Women In The  Area.

Published

2021-07-21

How to Cite

M. Meldintha Mary, Dr. M. Jeyaraj, Dr. V. Eugin Amala. (2021). Monitoring Biochemical Changes In Patients With Cervical Cancer . Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 727–733. Retrieved from https://www.dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/157

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