EXPLORING THE SYNERGY: CHINESE FEMALE TENNIS PLAYERS AND CHANSU-MEDICATED SERUM'S POTENTIAL IN INHIBITING BREAST CANCER CELL PROLIFERATION THROUGH APOPTOSIS AND G2 ARREST
This study delves into the synergy between Chinese female tennis players and the potential of Chansu-Medicated Serum in inhibiting breast cancer cell proliferation through apoptosis and G2 arrest. Chinese female tennis players have garnered international recognition for their achievements on the court and their philanthropic endeavors off it. This research investigates the intersection of their impact and the advancement of breast cancer research. Chansu-Medicated Serum, a traditional Chinese medicine derivative, presents promising mechanisms for inhibiting breast cancer cell proliferation, including apoptosis induction and G2 cell cycle arrest. By exploring this conjunction, we aim to shed light on the possible contributions of these athletes and traditional medicine to the ongoing battle against breast cancer.