Spontaneous Regression of Oral Cancer: A Review

Manjunath Badni, Anil Singh, Dharmashree RD, Akhilesh Chandra, Varsha tiwari


Spontaneous regression of some tumors is flimsy and inconceivable process. Nonetheless, it is observed in virtually all types of human cancer, Neuroblastoma, renal carcinoma being remarkable in number and a few reported cases of oral cancer. The induction of spontaneous regression involves multiple mechanisms which may either be differentiation, apoptosis and genetic crisis. But surpassed understanding of the process of spontaneous regression may include the indulgence of the possible and improved methods of treating and preventing cancer. The article gives an overview of the mechanisms involved in spontaneous regression and various reported cases of oral cancer.


Spontaneous Neoplasm Regression; Oral Cancer; Head and Neck Neoplasms; Apoptosis; Recessive Genetic; Differentiation

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