Breast Cancer and Cell Biology
Since cancer cells are extremely complicated, it might be difficult for clinicians to oversee breast cancer therapy. Different phenotypes and dysregulated apoptosis in tumor cells are to blame for the ineffective treatment response. Membrane transporters are the cell's first point of interaction with anticancer medications, and they play a significant role in multidrug resistance events. Therefore, drug resistance is caused by cell structure and biological characteristics, which also cause a decline in the intracellular activity of medications. The combination of hormones and growth factors controls breast growth. Anomalies can result from genetic variations in the growth factor. Breast cancer is a complex disease, and the host's immune system plays a significant part in the disease.