Targeted Anti-Cancer Therapies

As the name proposes, targeted therapies interfere with particular proteins engaged with tumorigenesis. Instead of utilizing expansive base growth medications, concentrating on particular atomic changes which are one of a kind to a specific disease, directed tumor treatments might be all the more remedially gainful for some malignancies, including lung, colorectal, breast, lymphoma and leukemia.

Targeted drugs can work to:

Block or turn off chemical signals that tell the cancer cell to grow and divide

Change proteins within the cancer cells so the cells die

Stop making new blood vessels to feed the cancer cells

Trigger your immune system to kill the cancer cells

Carry toxins to the cancer cells to kill them, but not normal cells

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