Cell Therapy for Cancer

A number of cell and gene therapy strategies are being evaluated in patients suffering from cancer and these include manipulating cells to gain or lose function. Clinical trials of cell therapy for many different cancers are currently ongoing.  The scientists has recently  developed novel cancer therapies by combining both gene and cell therapies. Cancer therapeutics cannot cure cancer and yet in 2014, the overall market for Oncologic therapeutics stood at about $84.3 billion. Any drug that can treat a reasonable survival of more than five years for cancer patients can achieve a blockbuster status. Within oncologic therapeutics, immunotherapeutic drugs have increased worldwide acceptance, because they are targeted drugs targeting only cancer cells.

  • Gene therapy in cancer
  • Breast cancer therapy
  • Lung cancer therapy
  • Prostate cancer therapy
  • Pancreatic cancer gene therapy
  • Characteristics of cancer cells
  • Cell cycle & oncology
  • Modern approaches in molecular cancer therapeutics
  • Genomic & cancer drug resistance
  • Genetically engineered cancer vaccines
  • Therapeutics cancer vaccines
  • Challenges & risks of cancer therapy

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