Targeted Anticancer Therapies

Translational oncology aims to translate laboratory research into new anticancer therapies. Contrary to conventional surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy, targeted anticancer therapy (TAT) refers to systemic administration of drugs with particular mechanisms that specifically act on well-defined targets or biologic pathways that, when activated or inactivated, may cause regression or destruction of the malignant process, meanwhile with minimized adverse effects on healthy tissues.

  • Radiotherapy
  • Anti-Cancer Drug

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