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Recent advances in the management of cancer

Advances in Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine: Open Access
Kaur Gursimran,1 Ashwlayan Vrish Dhwaj,2 Sharma Divya3


Cancer, nowadays, is one of the most lethal diseases spreading across the world. Cancer is a group of diseases where cells grow and divide in a disorderly fashion and destroy body’s normal functioning. Cancer is induced by the current living style and can be cured if it is discovered in an early phase. Treatment of cancer relies upon numerous internal and external elements which induce cancer. Cancer is concealed by many distinct health examinations and its treatment is available at present such as precision medicine such as genomic profiling, targeted therapy like Imatinib, immunotherapy such as the full form of Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-cell Therapy, emerging technologies like Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats-CRISPR associated protein 9 gene editing, combination therapies, etc. Nano-theranostics is the next generation medicine which is the inclusion of analysis and interpretation in nano-formulations. Non-invasive methods of diagnosis such as liquid biopsies are a major evolution which can be used for early phase diagnosis of cancer. Hereinafter WHO estimates that cancer caused 9.6 million deaths and around 29.4 million cases of cancer are expected to be diagnosed until 2040.


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