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Unraveling the potential of fig latex in the battle against cervical cancer

Dr Hossein Ashrafi
Kingston University

Biochemical and biological characterisation of fig latex for potential therapeutics in Human Papillomavirus (HPV) related cervical cancer

Previous research has found that fig latex has a role to play in preventing cervical cancer progression by inhibiting the growth of cervical cancer cells through the upregulation of tumour suppressor proteins.

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