Virtual Conference

Track: Cancer Therapy and Research  

Cancer Therapy and Research  


Cancer therapy and research are integral components of the ongoing battle against cancer. Cancer therapy refers to the various treatment modalities used to combat cancer and improve patient outcomes. These treatments may include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy, and hormone therapy, among others. The goal of cancer therapy is to eradicate or control the growth and spread of cancer cells while minimizing damage to healthy tissues. Cancer research plays a critical role in advancing our understanding of cancer biology, identifying new therapeutic targets, and developing innovative treatment strategies. Researchers continuously investigate the underlying mechanisms of cancer development and progression, seeking to uncover vulnerabilities that can be exploited for therapeutic purposes. They explore novel drug compounds, develop targeted therapies that specifically attack cancer cells, and enhance existing treatment modalities to improve efficacy and reduce side effects. Clinical trials are a crucial component of cancer therapy and research. These trials evaluate the safety and effectiveness of new treatments or treatment combinations in human subjects. Through clinical trials, researchers gather valuable data on treatment outcomes, patient responses, and potential side effects. This data helps shape evidence-based guidelines for cancer treatment and informs future research endeavors. Cancer therapy and research also focus on personalized medicine approaches. Personalized medicine takes into account individual patient characteristics, such as genetic profiles, tumor markers, and treatment responses, to tailor treatment plans to the specific needs of each patient. This approach improves treatment efficacy, reduces unnecessary treatments, and minimizes adverse effects. Furthermore, survivorship and supportive care are integral aspects of cancer therapy. Survivorship programs aim to address the physical, emotional, and psychosocial needs of cancer survivors, providing guidance on long-term care, managing treatment-related side effects, and promoting a healthy lifestyle. Supportive care includes palliative care, pain management, psychological support, and nutritional support, among other services, to enhance the quality of life for patients undergoing cancer treatment.
·        Cell Transplant
·        Immunotherapy
·        Synthetic lethality
·        Angiogenesis inhibitors
·        Nano-medicine Therapy