The effect of modulated electro-hyperthermia on local disease control in HIV-positive and -negative cervical cancer women in South Africa: Early results from a phase III randomised controlled trial

Dynamics of the immune status in patients with cervical cancer receiving complex treatment with dendritic cell vaccine.

Oncolytic Newcastle disease virus reduces growth of cervical cancer cell by inducing apoptosis

Combined treatment with modulated electro-hyperthermia and an autophagy inhibitor effectively inhibit ovarian and cervical cancer growth

Enhancement of Radiation Effectiveness in Cervical Cancer Cells by Combining Ionizing Radiation with Hyperthermia and Molecular Targeting Agents

Hyperthermia in cervical cancer – current status

Poly(I:C) enhanced anti-cervical cancer immunities induced by dendritic cells-derived exosomes

The effect of modulated electro-hyperthermia on temperature and blood flow in human cervical carcinoma

Treatment outcome analysis of chemotherapy combined with modulated electro-hyperthermia compared with chemotherapy alone for recurrent cervical cancer, following irradiation

A short time interval between radiotherapy and hyperthermia reduces in-field recurrence and mortality in women with advanced cervical cancer